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Friday’s 5 to Live By

June 19, 2015

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Friday's 5 To Live By

Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top five biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living.

The Comfort of Jesus’ Prayers

R.C. Sproul writes:

“One of the chief emphases of the New Testament in terms of His present work for His people is His intercession. Christ’s priestly work did not end on the cross. Every day, in the presence of the Father, Christ intercedes for His people. If, as James says, the fervent prayer of a righteous person ‘has great power as it is working’ (James 5:16), how much more do Jesus’ prayers avail for His people?”

Read the rest of Dr. Sproul’s thoughts in The Comfort of Jesus’ Prayers.

Has the Old Really Gone?

What really happens at salvation? Is there a definitive heart change that leads to demonstrative life change? Julie Ganschow addresses these questions in Has the Old Really Gone?

Curving My Affections Toward God

At the Gospel-Centered Discipleship site, Rachael Starke writes about Curving My Affections Toward God.

How Do I Know That I’m a Christian?

At the Association of Biblical Counselors site, Pastor Kevin DeYoung answers the age-old and eternally-significant question, How Do I Know That I’m a Christian?

If Rachel Dolezal Isn’t Black, How Is Caitlyn Jenner a Woman?

At The Federalist, Sean Davis asks an intriguing and important question, If Rachel Dolezal Isn’t Black, How Is Caitlyn Jenner a Woman?

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Which post impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts have you enjoyed this week that you want to share with others?