Posted On October 19, 2014

The Daily Roundup: 19 October 2014

by | Oct 19, 2014 | Biblical Worldview, Uncategorized

4 Things That Happen When You Study Leviticus More Than 10 Years – “So while Leviticus emphasizes the importance of maintaining distinctions between the sacred and the non-sacred, the holy and the non-holy, it also emphasizes that everyday acts of kindness and love and mercy are incredibly sacred, incredibly holy, because they show forth the incredible kindness, love, and mercy of the One who is ultimately sacred and holy.”

Love Awaits – We Wait for Jesus, Jesus Waits for Us – “A bride and groom spend much time, money, and energy preparing for the day when they will become husband and wife. In the same way, we should be preparing for the day when our Lord will come for us.”

Sexuality and Silence – “Our desire to be wisely engaged in the culture should affect how we talk about ethical issues, but not whether we do. We call it cultural engagement for a reason.”

Pain in Christian Marriage – “Pain will come and it will go, wounds will be given and will heal, forgiveness will be sought and it will be granted; and in the midst of it all, God is molding us into the image of Christ our Lord for His glory. That is an end worth pursuing, no matter how difficult the road may be.”

A Biblical Theology of the Wilderness – “When we fix our eyes on Christ crucified, we see how the wilderness of this world is already being restored to a Garden-Paradise and will one day gloriously manifest itself fully in the New Heavens and the New Earth wherein righteousness dwells–the Garden paradise of the Heavenly Jerusalem (Luke 23:43; 2 Cor. 12:4 and Rev. 2:7).”

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