Here's what I've been reading as I've swung around the web in the last week: Zach Lee had a post about false guilt. He wrote, "I hear statements that sound seemingly holy from other Christians and find myself frustrated when I don’t live up to them." He goes on to list 6 ways we carry false guilt. If you are someone who struggles with figuring out where true sin stops and false guilt starts, this post will help.
Paul Tripp wrote a post on the topic of true love. He says, "Real, biblical, self-sacrificing, God-honoring love never compromises what God says is right and true." If you struggle with what true love looks like and how it's lived out, read this post.
William Ross wrote a post on reasons to be silent. He starts out by saying, "Silence is not highly valued in modern culture. When it comes to communication, it seems that we value quantity above all." He has solid, biblical reason to be silent. This is a good word for us all.
What have you been reading online lately? Leave me a link in the comment section to check out.