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Today I went to see my thirty-six week old baby on an ultrasound. The baby was beautiful, but he was large! Our little guy is in the ninety-fourth percentile. I guess that I can’t call him “little” for much longer. They already estimated him as weighing over seven pounds. My wife deserves an award for carrying this big child at forty-three years of age. She glows as we meet with the doctors. She looks...
The Following is an In-Depth Review of J.I. Packer’s “Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God” and the Practical Application for All Believers. 
There are many ways for teaching the Bible to kids in a manner that helps them understand key lessons that can enhance their lives at any age. Here, we'll explore a few tips and Christian activities that parents can use to successfully share the Bible with their children.

Smile.

My world changed today. For fifteen months I've exited my car and put on a mask to enter the gym, a store, a restaurant, or any public place. We've lived without seeing each other's faces. We've missed recieving or giving full expressions. We've missed being fully human in our ineractions— the way God intended.   Now, I exit my car without the need for a mask. Most business are taking the "Mask Required" signs down....
Four Hundred Years and No Altars  Altars were significant in the Old Testament. They are mentioned over two hundred times, with many of them related to the Tabernacle and the Temple. Yet, altars were used far before these formal meeting places were erected. Noah (Genesis 8:20), Abraham (Genesis 12:7–8; 13:4;18; 22:9), Isaac (Genesis 26:26), and Jacob (Genesis 33:20; 35:1–7) all constructed sacrificial altars. Abraham’s use of altars is perhaps the most notable. He made it a...