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  • Ken shared from Revelation (Teach the Text Commentary Series) by J. Scott Duvall
    The distinction between reputation and reality, between what human beings see and what God sees, is of great importance to every age and place. Although we have responsibilities to others, we are primarily accountable to God. It is before him that we stand, and to him that one day we must give an account. We should not therefore rate human opinion too highly, becoming depressed when criticized and elated when flattered.
    Note: John Stott on thinking too highly of other people's opinions of us...
  • Ken shared from Church Elders: How to Shepherd God's People Like Jesus (9Marks: Building Healthy Churches) by Jeramie Rinne
    Take a moment to marvel at this. Jesus is alive. He reigns in heaven and he rules over your church. And he exerts that kingly authority in your church through the Scriptures. Jesus’s subjects obey him today by obeying those Scriptures. So if you are an elder, when you teach the Word faithfully, Jesus is sovereignly ministering to his subjects through your teaching.
    Note: Love this reminder to Pastors. Preach the Word, nothing else.
  • Ken shared from What's Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done by Matthew Aaron Perman
    being productive is not just about getting things done. It’s about being a useful person, making a contribution, and leaving things better than you found them. It’s about always being on the lookout to do good for others and knowing how. Christians are to be known by their love — not just love in the abstract but in their everyday lives. And this is substantially shown through a concern for being of benefit to others in all that we do (not just some things that we do).
    Note: Christians and productivity...
  • Ken shared from What's Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done by Matthew Aaron Perman
    Note: Spending time "sharpening my axe". Looking forward to finishing this one.
  • Ken shared from What's Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done by Matthew Aaron Perman
    Note: Spending time "sharpening my axe" with this good book. Looking forward to finishing this one.
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Ken Nichols