For those (like me) who know diddly-squat about the World Cup, this primer is a good place to start.
5 Reasons Christians Should Read Poetry by Matthew Sims
Reason #1: God speaks through poetry…
7 Things You Didn’t Know About Memorial Day Time Magazine
I know this is a little late, but it is an interesting skim.
The Most Popular Psalms in the Bible shared on Leadership Resources Blog
This post has a categorized list that ranks the Psalms in terms of popularity. You may want to bookmark this and come back to it.
The Bible’s 5 most popular Psalms are: 23, 91, 27, 121, 139.
Why We Don’t See Miracles like the Apostles by Justin Holcomb
Many contemporary Christians feel disconnected from the vibrant, Spirit-filled ministries of the prophets and apostles described in the Bible. In the Old Testament, God seemingly took the people of Israel through miraculous event after miraculous event. In the New Testament, those who watched the ministry of Jesus were seized with amazement at the miracles he performed (Luke 5:25), and the apostles in the early church regularly performed signs and wonders among the people (Acts 5:12).
Yet today, such miraculous events seem rare and, when we do hear reports of miracles, many Christians are skeptical. At the very least, we feel there’s something different about the way God worked in the Old and New Testament periods and the way he works today. This raises a valid question: Why don’t we experience today the miracles we read about in the New Testament?