As a reminder, this month will only consist of shared links, but I plan on beginning a new blog series in August about living in awe of God and the practical implications living in such awe has for our lives. Stay tuned!
Here’s a collection of links to encourage your growth in grace:
It’s unfortunate that the beauty of the Reformed doctrines have been lost amid arguing and controversy. However, if you would like to have a better understanding of why these doctrines provide so much comfort and grace to those who hold them, Challies suggests a 30 day devotional that highlights such beauty!
“It was a joy to be reminded of the wonder of how God saves his people and to reaffirm how so much depends upon rightly ordering these steps. It was a joy to see again how God is sovereign in our salvation, how he is glorified from the first step to the last. It was a joy to once again meditate upon one of the unique and uniquely beautiful distinctives of Reformed theology.
“I believe that one of Satan’s most effective deceptions is having local churches fixate on growth, preoccupying them with the business of gathering as many people as possible, regardless of how they do it.”
“If God is immutable, then this gives Christians some wonderful, implicit promises. For every aspect of God’s character and nature will exist in perfection forever.”