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Division Begins With the Departure from the Truth

Jared Wilson:

Do two walk together,
unless they have agreed to meet?

Amos 3:3

Christians who affirm the normative, traditional, historical, orthodox view of the Bible’s teaching on various sins are always accused of being divisive when in sticking to their affirmations they must disassociate with those who don’t. 350 more words

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The Imperfect Disciple - A Book Review

On the last page of “The Imperfect Disciple” Jared Wilson writes, “I wrote this book for all who are tired of being tired. I wrote this book for all who read the typical discipleship manuals and wonder who they could possibly be written for, the ones that makes us feel overly burdened and overly tasked and, because of all that, overly… 451 more words

Sweet Quotes That Help Me Grow Closer To King Jesus 8

The fear of man often expresses itself in love for crowds. Thabiti Anyabwile

“The gospel message should both humble
and lift the believer up at the same time.” Tim Keller… 627 more words

Inspiring Quotes

Prodigal Church

My thanks to Jared Wilson, not only for another thoughtful book, but for expressing many of the very things I would like to express.  In his 2015 book, … 19 more words



Jared Wilson at The Gospel Coalition has a post on the things that Christ does with our sin. Worth your time.

Mark 16:3–6 (ESV)
3 And they were saying to one another, “Who will roll away the stone for us from the entrance of the tomb?” 4 And looking up, they saw that the stone had been rolled back—it was very large. 58 more words

Morning Mashup 04/12

A daily mashup of book recommendations, articles, and videos for your information, edification, and enjoyment.


The Imperfect Disciple: Grace for People Who Can’t Get Their Act Together… 280 more words
Morning Mashup

Remember When Being Nice Would Win the Day?

How a little reminder of 1929 clears the cobwebs.

Once upon a time, the Gospel Allies scored points against Reformed confessionalists by claiming the high ground of nice. 1,052 more words