Blog Break (15 Feb 13)

Here are three links to spruce up your weekend reading:

  1. In THE COMING ELECTIONS, Pastor Murungi of Trinity Baptist Church, Nairobi, appeals to Kenyan Christians (and Kenyans in general) to acknowledge the sovereignty of God in government, to assume responsibility for that government and to vote wisely. “Our great hope must not be in a new Government, as important as it is. The hope of Kenyans must be in the gospel of Jesus Christ, which can alone change the wicked heart.”
  2. WHEN MY LOVE GROWS COLD by Tim Challies, “I love Aileen and for that reason I love to spend time with her. What’s amazing is that the more time I spend with her, the more I love her. And the more I love her, the more time I want to spend with her. And the more time I spend with her, the more my love grows. And the more my love grows, well, you get the idea.”
  3. Finally, WHEN CHRISTIANS GET US DOWN AND LET US DOWN, David Murray exhorts us to find our solace in Jesus Christ, who was also let down, disappointed and abandoned by hypocrites. “The key to rebuilding our faith and our feelings is to think less about Christians and more about Christ.”

Have a blessed reading time.

Cornell

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