I wanted to take this opportunity to thank those who have been reading the blog since I launched Ophelimos in July. I have thoroughly enjoyed studying the Psalms as well as passing on helpful and interesting articles and blog posts I happen to come across each week.
Whether you are regularly reading the Psalms studies, or just stop by on Friday for the links, thanks so much. I appreciate the positive feedback I’ve received, and I’m glad to know there are a few of you out there who are benefiting from this experience.
On to the Links…
- Tullian Tchividjian continues to impress with his blog and this week, he’s garnering three links:
- This post produced the memorable quote, “We so quickly forget that the Bible is not a record of good people earning God’s blessings, but a record of bad people receiving God’s blessings because Jesus earned them for us.”
- Do you think you’re something else? This post will remedy that quickly.
- Finally, this is why we cling to 2 Tim. 2:15 so closely.
- Here’s a great example of a gross title, good content, and food for thought.
- I realized this week that in almost three months of writing “Forum Friday” posts, I have never linked to a Greek post. Pretty sad for a blog named after a Greek word. It’s now time to change that.
- Answers in Genesis reminds us that the Bible does not merely contain truth, the Bible is truth.
- Kevin DeYoung gives a Biblical foundation and some helpful tips for establishing a mercy ministry in your congregation.
- I was blessed with the opportunity to read two good posts at Grounded 3:17 this week:
- Naomi writes about contentment and does a nice job utilizing Paul’s teachings from Philippians.
- My sister Katelyn reminds us that we are never alone.
- Last, but not least, Joshua Skogerboe put up part 2 of his series on Joy. He does not disappoint.