Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Today in Blogworld 8.15.12

When We Say “Gospel” Do We Really Mean “The Spirit”? 

Looking at all of the gospel-centered language that we are using in the church today, Trevin Wax wonders whether we really mean the Spirit.  The more I hear this kind of talk, the more I’m convinced that we are using the word “gospel” where we really mean the Holy Spirit. We often talk about the gospel doing stuff when actually it’s the Spirit who is working. So we say, “The gospel fuels our obedience,” but what we really mean is the Spirit captures our affections with the gospel in order to fuel our obedience.” 

When Darkness Seems to Hide God’s Face

Trillia Newbell writes on the pain of miscarriage and the hope of Christ.

Grace Detectives on the Case!

Ungrateful and critical jerks need to become grace detectives.  Stephen Altrogge explains the work of a grace detective. 

Disability and the Sovereign Goodness of God

Wow, I’m continuously amazed at how many of these stellar little e-books DG keeps rolling out. This one on disability and the sovereign goodness of God looks to be very helpful. 

For all you tough guys out there.  Watch this.  What is not seen in this film is that after dislocating his shoulder, popping it back in place, and then staying in the game, Brandon Inge actually began a 5-4-3 double play.  Impressive:

(If for some reason the video doesn’t work you can watch it here)

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