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Denny Burk offers some thoughts on the ESV’s new rendering of Genesis 3:16.
D.A. Carson teaches about God’s love.
I appreciate this: “As I’ve gotten older, slightly less annoying, and, hopefully, more godly, I’ve come to see that in most leisure situations, the most godly thing to do is simply sit back and experience joy.”
“Mature, steady, faithful people are a precious commodity.”
“As you ponder God’s delay, as you wait for his answer, remember that he is with you. He will glorify himself in your waiting.”
This Day in 1648. 368 years ago today the Larger and Shorter Westminster Catechisms were approved by the British Parliament. Watch Chad Van Dixhoorn discuss the Westminster Confession. *
Josh Buice makes a case for shorter sermons. And, in general, I agree with what he says.
This is equally applicable to husbands waiting for compliments from their wives.
“We are neither taught nor inclined to think of addicted persons as being actively and passionately engaged in the pursuit of the good life. We tend to think of them as persons who have checked out of the game or who are positively bent on destruction. But this is not so.”
I cannot comprehend a gospel which lets saints fall away after they are called.—C.H. Spurgeon