The least demanding churches are most in demand. –Iain Murray
— Thabiti Anyabwile (@ThabitiAnyabwil) August 20, 2012
God means for sanctification to be a community project, not an individual pursuit. challi.es/OG8iV1
— challies (@challies) August 20, 2012
If we think it takes an unusually gifted, highly trained expert to preach a God-honoring, sheep-feeding sermon, we’re doing it wrong
— R.C. Sproul Jr. (@rcsprouljr) August 20, 2012
Our culture calls on absolute truth when it comes to civil engineering, banking, aviation, and heart surgery. But not with morality.
— Chris Larson (@ChrisLarson) August 20, 2012
Walk so that if we could suppose the Bible to be lost, it might be found again in your lives (Thomas Watson).
— Tabletalk Magazine (@Tabletalk) August 20, 2012
A leader should never have to demand respect. Good leaders command respect.
— greg lucas (@greglucas58) August 20, 2012