What do you think of when you hear the word "discipleship?"
In the greatest act of love, Jesus Christ, the eternal, pre-existing Prince of heaven, left His throne and came to earth to redeem His people from their sin so that they may live eternally with Him.
This week's links include resources on delayed adulthood, purity with young women, women's discipleship, a theology of home, and the struggle of reading the Bible.
Thus memory may be, as Coleridge calls it, "the bosom-spring of joy."
The barren land of human brokenness, which has only ever yielded enough fruit for us to fight over, has been trumped completely by the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ, the True Vine.
Don’t just look for a church that is like the churches you have already been acquainted with.
The truly aberrant among us are those submit themselves to the Lord.
Four things we enjoy as receipients of God's grace to us through Christ.
It doesn’t get better than the gospel. There isn’t a higher up, further down, deeper, wider experience to be had in the Christian life.
Part 2 of the fourth annual C. H. Spurgeon Lectures, delivered by Alistair Begg at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. In this lecture, Begg offers two lessons gleaned from Spurgeon's Letter to My Students.