Excellent or Praiseworthy – June 2022

It’s been a month or so since I posted a list of articles. Everything listed below was encouraging, helpful, or informative to me during the month of June. I hope these articles bless you.

“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”

– Philippians 4:8 (NIV)

1. The Dead Seriousness of Careless Words

Tim Challies reminds us that careless words cause great harm.

2. A Call to Raise Daughters Wise to Domestic Abuse

I benefited from the counsel of this article. Any father with daughters should heed these words.

3. Fight for Unity

Craig Thompson calls us to unity.

4. How To Disagree With Others on Social Media: 10 Things to Remember

We’ve all done it or have seen it done. Hurtful words written on social media are not Christlike. Ever. In this article, Mark Hallock shares some helpful things to remember when disagreeing with someone online.

5. Jesus, Friend of Sinners

Ministry leader, are sinners attracted to you or repelled by you? Jesus was a friend of sinners.

6. Keep Looking Straight Ahead

The introduction of this article caught my attention because I’ve lived it numerous times.

7. Solomon’s Fatal Flaw

“Perhaps the most dangerous point in our spiritual lives is when we begin to consider ourselves immune to sin.”

From the Archives

1. Choosing the Right Bible Translation

One of the first articles I wrote for this blog was about Bible translations. With so many options available, how do you choose the right one? I wrote this article to help new Bible readers make an informed decision.

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