Favorite Finds Friday
The following are a collection of articles, sites, podcasts, and other finds I have found this week that I thought I would recommend. I hope you find these especially encouraging and edifying in your walk with Christ.
Dr. Jason Lisle gives a very general overview of what creation scientists believe.
Free ebook by William Gurnall over at the Monergism site. They offer several free ebook downloads in three different formats. I highly recommend this site.
This week in our walk through Genesis, we learned much about how God views sin and how easily it is to become consumed with sin. As God instructed Cain, in Genesis 4:9, we must master sin. Kristen Wetherell gives us 20 practical and Biblical ways we can master sin and pursue holiness.
Kim Wine talks about the omniscience of God and how that should bring us peace and hope.
This is a podcast episode that the Women’s Hope Podcast did back when they operated under a different name. This was an interview with Susan Heck who has memorized several books of the Bible explaining her method for memorizing large chunks of Scripture.
Kimberly Cummings writes on the reasons Bible study is vital mature as a Christian.
Colin Gibson was studying engineering. Studying the Second Law of Thermodynamics helped him reject evolution and embrace the Biblical creation story.
DebbieLynne reminds us of the true cost of and the great examples of Biblical discernment by pointing to the Reformers.
The NAR is a dangerous cult that has invaded evangelicalism. This is one in a series of many testimonies of God helping people caught up in NAR escape and turn to true, Biblical Christianity.
Kesha Griffin shares 10 prayers that are based on passages from the Bible.
“Actually, the whole subject of animal navigation is fascinating evidence that it is not only human beings who are ‘fearfully and wonderfully made’.”
Great podcast interview with Jess Pickowicz hosted by Women’s Hope Podcast.
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