I’m on my way back to Stockholm from a quick visit to Exoduskyrkan in Göteborg. Sweden’s second city needs pioneers and Christians willing to serve the church. If that’s you, I’d love to hear from you.
God heals today – don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. If you’re not sure, read this paragraph carefully.
Today I visited my doctor and it was confirmed that something physical had indeed taken place, it was not just a psychological experience. Two pages of blood tests came back normal, for the first time in 35 years, they came back normal. There is no sign of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Peter Leithart is always thought-provoking. Here he is on Leviticus.
My youngest son, Smith, is reading through the Bible this year. He’s getting bogged down in Leviticus.
I tell him, Leviticus is my life. I’ve studied Leviticus more intensely and over a longer stretch of time than any other book of the Bible, and it’s shaped my understanding of everything—atonement, the church, worship, sacrificial living, God.
He says, All I can see are rules that we don’t have to keep anymore. I say, Yes, but that’s interesting in itself, isn’t it? That God would give rules and later cancel them.
He says, Like the tree of knowledge of good and evil. I say: Exactly right.
Nike has an amazing moon-shot project to try and crack the two hour barrier for a marathon – fittingly the formula 1 runners will run on an old formula one track – Monza.
I lived the majority of my life less than 20 miles from here and never knew it existed. Amazing.
I never thought about using it for some of these – the first could be useful come summer…(think about it)
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