Weekly Roundup 6/1/2020-6/6/2020

Posted On June 6, 2020

This is our weekly roundup of posts for 6/1/2020-6/6/2020. If you have any feedback on how we can serve you our readers better, I would appreciate it. Thank you for reading and allowing us to minister to you throughout this past week through these posts.

Monday 6/1/2020

When God’s Saving Work Causes Present Suffering by Davis Wetherell https://servantsofgrace.org/when-gods-saving-work-causes-present-suffering/

Glenna Marshall- Everyday Faithfulness: The Beauty of Ordinary Perseverance in a Demanding World https://servantsofgrace.org/glenna-marshall-everyday-faithfulness-the-beauty-of-ordinary-perseverance-in-a-demanding-world/

Tuesday 6/2/2020

Apollo 8 and the Faraway World of Pastoral Ministry by Mike Milton https://servantsofgrace.org/apollo-8-and-the-faraway-world-of-pastoral-ministry/

Five Powerful Biblical Principles For Men For Live In The Local Church https://servantsofgrace.org/five-powerful-biblical-principles-for-men-for-live-in-the-local-church/

Wed 6/3/2020

Reviving the Lost Art of Letter Writing by David Steele https://servantsofgrace.org/reviving-the-lost-art-of-letter-writing/

King James Onlyism Rhetoric 101: Understanding Proper Categories https://servantsofgrace.org/king-james-onlyism-rhetoric-101-understanding-proper-categories/

Steadfast in Prayer, Watchful, and Thankful for the Grace of God in Christ by Dave Jenkins https://servantsofgrace.org/steadfast-in-prayer-watchful-and-thankful-for-the-grace-of-god-in-christ/

Thursday 6/4/2020

Theological Triage – 3rd Level Issues, Part 1 https://servantsofgrace.org/theological-triage-3rd-level-issues-part-1/

The Meaning and Purpose of Biblical Inerrancy and Infallibility https://servantsofgrace.org/the-meaning-and-purpose-of-biblical-inerrancy-and-infallibility/

Cross-Minded Conduct and Conversation by Laura Miller https://servantsofgrace.org/cross-minded-conduct-and-conversation/

Friday 6/5/2020

Flattery is Not Encouragement by James Williams https://servantsofgrace.org/flattery-is-not-encouragement/

Daily Bites Of God’s Word – Part 10 – Discussion on 2 Timothy 1:7 https://servantsofgrace.org/daily-bites-of-gods-word-part-10-discussion-on-2-timothy-17/

Where Satan Dwells from Revelation 2:12-17 delivered by Dave Jenkins https://servantsofgrace.org/11-where-satan-dwellssermon/

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