Top 5 – July 27th

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CULTURE:
When Husbands Die Young

Ami Wickiser allows us briefly into the widowed world that she was unexpectedly thrown into. She shares the grief that she felt, but she draws the focus onto the hope that she has in Christ.

THEOLOGY:
Prove Weapons in the Fight for Holiness

Pastor John Piper provides a couple verses that he arms himself with in the fight for holiness.

APOLOGETICS:
Wouldn’t a Loving God Reform Rather Than Punish?

“In this blast from the past, J. Warner responds to a common objection to the nature of God: If God is all-loving, why doesn’t he “reform” people rather than simply “punish” them in Hell? How would you answer a skeptic who argues a God who simply punishes his children in Hell is sadistic and vengeful, unworthy of our worship? “

RESOURCES:
Reading is Just the Beginning

David Mathis provides 5 ways to help you enjoy God’s word better.

WORDLVIEW:
Consider Your Legacy

In this inspiring and convicting article Tim Challies talks about what is important when leaving a legacy. Death is imminent, so he asks what are you going to leave behind for your children? Is it money? Is it a house? He makes an argument that the best inheritance you can leave your children is the gospel.

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“When we’re not set free from our own shame, instead of our brokenness becoming a conduit for the gospel of grace, it becomes a muzzle for the truth.”

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Jinhoo Bong

Currently, an uprising senior at the University of Richmond in Virginia. Majoring in Computer Science because I am a nerd (according to Kevin), but also because it was the only field of study that I found interesting since I believe it gives you a tool to create, limited only by your imagination. Grew up in the church, but really decided to claim my faith as my own during college, and nothing has been the same. Only by the undeserving gift of God's grace am I able to say that I am saved, and I am eternally thankful to Him. I can only hope to glorify God in all that I do.
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