Five Friday Links: Hearing God, Bible Study, My Little Pony, and more

5 reasons you should write in your books

I prefer hard copies of books as opposed to electronic versions for these very reasons.

Dear 21-Year-Old Me

Matt Younger celebrates the 1- year anniversary of his 21st birthday by writing a letter to his younger self. Plenty of good advice here.

How Do We Hear God?

Andrew Wilson:

But we serve a speaking God who talks to his people throughout the Bible. We are sons and daughters of a loving Father, who wants relationship with his children. We are the bride of Christ, and husbands and wives talk to each other. We aren’t employed as slaves or servants but welcomed as friends, and friends talk to each other. We are the sheep of our great shepherd, and sheep know their Master’s voice. We are a body in which people prophesy, speak words of wisdom and knowledge, and use other spiritual gifts to edify each other. We may get ourselves into muddle and silliness sometimes, but as Christians, we are those who hear the voice of God. The question is, of course, how?

Get serious about your studies: you and your technology

Aaron Armstrong recently wrote a serious about getting serious with your Bible studies. This post is a good summation of some newfangled technologies that will aid you in your understanding of scripture. (Speaking of technology, you can get the ESV Study Bible Web App and Kindle book free through November here, courtesy of Crossway).

Lennon’s “Imagine” – The My Little Pony Of Philosophy

Derek Rishmawy writes one of my favorite articles in recent memory. There is a distinct difference in a Utopian view of the world and the peace that is found in Christ.

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