Each Friday, I’ll post links to 3–5 resources from around the web you may want to check out.
Mothering at the End of Me
Liz Wann has written a wonderful article about embracing dependency as a mother.
God has a purpose for us in coming to the end of ourselves. If we always felt strong and put together, then we wouldn’t feel our need for Jesus. Like the old hymn says, “Every hour I need you.” Motherhood can make us feel needy every hour. God regularly brings us to this place so that we can lay our burdens down before him and learn to embrace the humble dependence that our Savior modeled for us.
6 Questions about the Book of Job
Christopher Ash has written extensively about Job. At Crossway, he answers some common questions about this often-perplexing book.
Sure, there is a huge amount of suffering in the book. In almost every verse there is pain or some allusion to distress. It is an agonizing book to read. But to say that it contains suffering is not the same as concluding that it is fundamentally about suffering.
Why Confessions Matter
Why do we need confessions if we have the Bible? This article by William Boekestein gives a persuasive answer.
On the WPCA Blog This Week
This week on the blog we published an article I wrote called Prayerlessness Springs From Pride. If you haven’t already seen it, check it out!
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