Yes it’s a goofy title, but today we’ve got three different videos/podcast to share. I realize that while each is interesting and good, not everyone has time to watch or listen to them all, but hopefully folks will find time to listen to them anyway.
First up is something I heard about, yet again, during my commute to work yesterday morning. One of the morning DJ’s was talking about a sermon she’d heard, which sounded interesting so I decided to give it a listen to as soon as I had a chance. Based on the Book of Daniel, Pastor Timothy Keller teaches how Christians can live in a secular, non Christian country. “Christians are called to love the city of man for the sake of the city of God.”
It’s different, and worth a listen to for different points some of us may never have considered before. Unfortunately, this isn’t on you tube, and I can’t embed the podcast here, but if you go here, scroll a little way down until you see “Overview” which is right below the add to cart button on the right hand side of the page, and you can listen for free.
The second story for today, is a video I watched Sunday afternoon on the BDS anti Israel boycott. I was debating posting this, but yesterday SJMom posted a comment about blind ignorance within parts of the mainstream US Presbyterian church (unfortunately it’s not just them either.) It’s worth reading again, and so are the links posted in the article.
The video is interesting, and the ‘sermon’ or lesson is given by French Christian missionary to Jews, Olivier Melnick of Chosen People Ministries. I hope folks will make some time to watch this, or book mark it for future watching.
Last but never least, Suffer told me about Sandal’s latest sermon, brought to them by a guest pastor, who spoke about Relationship Priorities. It’s quite good, and takes us through our relationships with God, ourselves, spouse, business, children and community. What he says about learning to know ourselves is interesting and I need to listen again. What he says about spouse relationships was a little much for me, but I loved his story about his Dad, marriage and his taking care of his Mom now. I really need to listen again to the bit about relationship with our kids…
I hope folks will find time for this one too. It’s not too long, and it’s interesting.
Well, that’s it 🙂 I hope everyone has a blessed and beautiful day, and I’ll see y’all tonight for Tunes! ♫