“He Saw My Unformed Substance”


I agree with Russell Moore (see below) about hating Sanctity of Life Sunday. However, yesterday was a good day also…mainly because I got to hear my fellow elder Billy Newhouse deliver what is probably the best message he’s ever preached!

The preview? Check it out
The topic? Abortion (Sanctity of Life Sunday)
The text? Psalm 139 (mainly verses 13-16)
The title? “Acceptable Murder?”
The audio? Right here.

Other related resources:

Russ Moore explains why he hates Sanctity of Life Sunday.

An Open Letter to Barack Obama from Ron Jones, pastor of Immanuel Bible Church, urging him to reconsider his views on abortion. (HT: Challies)

C.J. Mahaney, preaching at CHBC on Psalm 47–The Troubled Soul. Mark Dever said that it was “a balm to the soul. You could hear the quiet weeping of many saints at the silent moment after the benediction. The Lord was obviously faithful.” (HT: CJ and 9 Marks)

Sunday we gave away copies of Randy Alcorn’s new book called “Why Pro Life?” These were really cheap and perfect to give away to folks! If you’re interested, visit this website.

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3 thoughts on ““He Saw My Unformed Substance”

  1. Thanks for the encouragement. Quick question – where in the Bible do they talk about “ellow” elders? I love the picture you found – good stuff.

    Looking forward to Friday!

    Billy

  2. Billy, I’m not sure what you’re talking about…

    JK. Thanks for catching my type-o.

    TBC

  3. steve240 says:

    Have you seen the following blogs about C.J. Mahaney and the group he leads:

    http://www.sgmsurvivors.com

    http://www.sgmrefuge.com

    They show another side of C.J. Mahaney.

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