Each Friday, I’ll post links to 3–5 resources from around the web you may want to check out.
The God Who Has Been My Shepherd All My Life Long
This article is quite short, but I found the reflection here moving. God is our faithful, life-long shepherd.
God, the Shepherd and Guardian of my soul, has been the same for me. Never failing to walk with me—even carry me when broken, beat up, and defeated by my own failures and sins against God or others, or enduring ill treatment from straying sheep or false shepherds. In my times of following and times of straying, He has never failed me.
Bible Study is Hard Work (And That is OK).
Like lots of things that are valuable, studying the Bible is hard work. But that doesn’t mean we should turn away from it!
Studying the Bible is hard work, but lots of things are hard. It is hard to run a marathon or write a book or raise a family or maintain a healthy marriage. Bible study is hard, but it results in a deeper and more rich understanding of who God is, and who we are. The deeper I fall into God’s word, the more aware I become of my own sin and of God’s overwhelming grace to allow me to know him.
10 Passages to Read with Someone Who Is Near Death
For Christians who are close to death, words from the Lord bring special comfort and hope. Here is a list of 10 passages to read with someone near death. Read them yourself now, to be reminded of the truths we rely on, and bookmark it for later use!
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