Need some Weekly Wisdom? Here are my favorite resources of the week.
VERSE OF THE WEEK
You shall follow my rules and keep my statutes and walk in them. I am the LORD your God [Lev. 18:4].
BOOK OF THE WEEK
Confused, angry, and hurt after the death of his father, a young R. C. Sproul began his personal search for ultimate truth with these piercing questions: Who are you, God? And why do you do the things you do?
In Enjoying God, readers journey with R. C. Sproul to discover the attributes of God through the questions many of us have asked: Where are you, God? Can I trust you, God? and more. In this warm, personal account, Dr. Sproul communicates deep truths in a fresh and easy-to-understand style as he shares his passion to know God and urges the reader to dig deep and seek the God who is alive, who is real, and who loves each one of us.
PODCAST OF THE WEEK
This episode continues our series examining God as a character in the Bible. Today Tim and Jon dive deep into the story of Jesus of Nazareth.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
The more a person counts as loss his own righteousness and lays hold by faith of the righteousness of Christ, the more he will be motivated to live and work for Christ.Jerry Bridges
SONG OF THE WEEK
“Rescue” by Lauren Daigle is my daughter’s favorite song. She plays it all the time. She plays it so much that her brothers now call Lauren Daigle by the name Lauren Bagel just to get on Gloria’s nerves.
POST OF THE WEEK
What Is the Book of Leviticus About? by Jeremy Johns
I love how our discipleship pastor simply and timely prepares our church for our Bible reading plan by collecting valuable resources like this post.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Pick an Informational Tool. Information tools allow you to collect, archive and access important information. I chose to use Evernote. Evernote is described as:
From inspiration to achievement, Evernote is where your work takes shape. Write, collect, discuss, and present, all from one workspace.
Since it is cloud-based, I can access all information, ideas, presentations, notes, etc. from any device in the world. Once I forced myself to begin using Evernote exclusively for information capture, I noticed these shifts:
- Meetings. Once I began taking all meeting notes in Evernote, I could keep track with progress and not scramble to find that single piece of paper that I stuffed somewhere.
- Articles. All those articles that intrigued me during the day but I didn’t have enough time to process them, I clip them to Evernote. It goes in the inbox, and then I put it in another folder so I can read it when I have adequate time.
- Documents. I am not frustrated because that document is on my work computer while that picture is on our home computer and so on.
Evernote is a place to collect all your information, keep it stored, and have it portable ready to go.