July 23, 2023
This new spiritual series will be pretty straightforward: you can expect a quick and easy-to-read bullet-point digest of spiritually meaningful discoveries I've encountered throughout the week, which may also occasionally foray into political, economic, family, and other matters that may not fall under the body, brain and biohacking umbrellas.
Be sure to leave me any thoughts you have in the comments section below.
1. I listened to a controversial interview Tucker Carlson had with Andrew Tate. Seemed like Tate was a reasonable guy. But then I watched pastor Shane Winnings Andrew Tate video: “You won’t believe what Andrew Tate did…” and now I think a bit differently. Shocking, really.
2. 1 Corinthians 13: Many greats of the past and present were and are strong proponents of memorizing scripture including religious icons such as Martin Luther, Fanny Crosby, Bill Gothard, and Chuck Swindoll. My own family memorizes bits of the Bible every day. For example, at the beginning of the year, we memorized Romans 8, during the summer we memorized Proverbs 3, and we are now launching into what I consider to be one of the best-ever chapters written about love: 1 Corinthians 13 . This sermon by pastor John MacArthur is a good intro. Who wants to join us? We go with a cadence of about 1 verse per day when memorizing passages like this, and just like anything, the mind is a muscle and you get better as you go.
3. Great sermon: This sermon by Mark Driscoll on listening for God in the silence titled “Why You Need To Speak More And Less” expounds upon the spiritual disciplines of silence and speaking, preaching that there is a time for both in each of our lives. It's a good one. I recommend listening!
That's all for this week. I hope you enjoy these tidbits.