HACM Weekly Roundup [10/18/13]


  • The Beauty of a “Boring” Testimony– “Every Christian has a redemption story. Whether you are saved from cocaine addiction or a prideful heart, from deep in a prison cell or the comfort of your suburban home, your story is filled with grace. If we can’t see the beauty of a redemption story, the problem isn’t with the story: the problem is with us. After all, every story of redemption is one so powerful that Christ died to fulfill it.”
  • The Loving Intolerance of God– “Loving people well doesn’t mean we must embrace the choices they make. It means we openly welcome and embrace all who come into our lives with a heart of understanding and the message and hope of the gospel. We love people well when we call them out of sin into relationship with King Jesus. It may not be the world’s definition of tolerance, but it’s the truest way to love.”
  • A Reason to Be Really Offended– “In communicating the gospel, one of the essential things we must at least imply, if not make explicit, is the most offensive truth possible: you are powerless precisely where it matters most. You are dead to what truly is life.”


  • “There can be no peace between you and Christ while there is peace between you and sin.” —C.H. Spurgeon
  • “Don’t believe everything you think. You cannot be trusted to tell yourself the truth. Stay in The Word.” —Jerry Bridges
  • “Keep praying, but be thankful that God’s answers are wiser than your prayers!” —William Culbertson



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