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Top Blog Posts of the Week 8/18/2012

Posted by Joshua Claycamp on


This is a list of recent blog posts which I found interesting. That I found them interesting doesn’t mean I necessarily agree with or endorse all of the ideas presented in the posts, but that I found them to be intriguing and thought-provoking. They may benefit you as you prayerfully consider your area of shepherding and stewardship, which has been given to you in trust by the Lord. (They are listed in no particular order of interest.) Please post your comments to discuss  any article that strikes your interest. If you have recent blog posts to nominate, please send the link and your reasons for nominating that post to

Does Proverbs teach “the Health, Wealth, and Prosperity Gospel?”

I thought this was a needed clarification. God does bless those who worship Him. But those who truly worship Him are obligated, out of that love they possess for Him, to understand the nature of His blessing.

...there’s an eternity of difference between the Prosperity Gospel and Gospel Prosperity.

Psuedo-Congregationalism is from Satan

There is only one form of church governance which fully honors and embraces the Gospel en toto from the moment of justification through the process of sanctification to the culmination of glorification. I am persuaded that this form of church governance is congregationalism. But not all congregationalists are created equal. That is to say that not all Baptist churches practice Biblical church congregationalism correctly. What happens when they don't? Aside from casting a bad light on the truth of Scripture, it makes the rest of us Baptists look stupid. Bart Barber pens an incredibly powerful article on the role of church congregationalism and confronts the alleged racism found within one Southern Baptist Church that failed to honor the indwelling Spirit by adressing the issue correctly, biblically, and congregationally.

Growing Pains

Be sure to read this for marks of maturity! Susan Thomas reflects on the growing pains of Christians who start out their christian journey as infants. She then encourages us to pursue spiritual maturity and to leave behind our spiritual infancy. What is most interesting is those things which she regards as marks of maturity. Be sure to read this one!

"The baby stage is sweet, but God calls us to grow!"

The Power of Encouragement: ReCreating Others Through Our Words

You can make people rich with your words, or you can make people poor. How do you use your words?

To Suffer Faithfully

One olympian knew that the key to victory was the experience of suffering. He was able to win, because he was able to endure suffering. The Christian walk is a contest of inches marked by suffering. I enjoyed this article.

Beware of Elevated Vagueness

Even before I read the article I could smell the rot. Robertson, it has been discovered, was covering his sexual affair in private while covering the truth in the pulpit. That is not surprising. There is a connection between skilled vagueness and concealed immorality. Why else would a man use great gifts to make things unclear unless he was afraid of clarity?

Praying for Your Straying Soul

The soul is always in motion. If you think yours is motionless, you are probably floating downstream.

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