Around the Horn (November 4)

Laziness Ruins Happiness

In this post, Jon Bloom connects our diligence with our love for God and others. He writes, “What makes the virtue of diligence distinctly Christian is that it is one of the ways we love God supremely and love our neighbors as ourselves (Matthew 22:37–39).”

Spurgeon’s Quest for Clarity: Five Ways to Grow In Your Preaching

“Of the many gifts God gave Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892), one was a conviction as to the authority and sufficiency of the Word of God. As such, his forty years of pastoral ministry were marked by a quest for clarity in proclaiming that authority and sufficiency.”

Quite Faithfulness in an Ecclesiastes World

Rightly understanding the world means rightly viewing it through the lens of the Gospel. That lens helps us make sense of circumstances that got make sense apart from biblical truth. Here the author notes, “Title, success, wealth, opportunity, and visibility are not the measuring sticks of God’s favor. The Cross of Christ is.”

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