Exciting phrases, easy acronyms, and memorable lists formed from dense works of systematic theology can be helpful for the everyday Christian. While these reductions of God’s Word and His nature help us understand general frameworks, they are unable to help us understand everything the Bible teaches. It is one thing...
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The Psalms as Prescription for Depression (Nick Murray, For The Church)
When the darkness is heaviest, it is hard to go to the Word. But I believe that those are the times where the Word is the most necessary.
The lie you believe that stops you praying (Ann Woodcock, The Good Book Company)
Many of us try to pray, but within seconds find ourselves distracted, or discouraged, or even bored! In fact, is it true that, unless there’s a crisis, you can go days without praying much at all?
5 Ways God’s Word Blesses Us (Mark Dever, Crossway)
Since the Bible is the Word of the all-powerful God, we shouldn’t be surprised to learn that it is active and accomplishes much.
Fearless Women in a World of Opportunities (John Piper, Desiring God)
…the women of our church asked if I would be the speaker at a half-day gathering. They wanted me to lay out a vision of womanhood and give them a challenge from the Scriptures. So I did that.
When we trumpet our good works on social media, there’s a good chance that we are, in some ways, sacrificing the reward we would receive from God.