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Humble Roots

by Brady Warren The older I grow, the more I perceive how little I know, and for the Christian, this is an ever deepening revelation because it points us to the truth that our God is the only Source of true wisdom and knowledge. As we drink of the Word of God, we become more cognizant of the little wisdom we possess and the depth of the riches of true wisdom God possesses...

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Eric Metaxas

by Brady Warren Over the winter, Jeff and I discovered the podcast The Eric Metaxas Show and we have both gained an appreciation of the show, quizzing each other many days over what was thought of the daily interviews. He produces two, fifty minute shows each day that are syndicated in 120 cities across the nation. For those of you not familiar with Eric Metaxas, he has a...

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This Blood's For You

by Brady Warren Years ago, when I was a twenty-something year-old working woman, a friend of mine who was a student at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson shared a Christmas experience she recalled while attending a public liberal arts college. Many of you will remember in college dorm rooms, girls decorate their doors to celebrate different seasons, holidays, and va...

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Do I Really Have to Pray for Politicians I Oppose?

With this year being a Presidential election year, we all must admit that we are constantly barraged by political sound bites, constant mudslinging from all sides and promises from all candidates that hope and change is coming and America will be great again. We very often respond with rolling our eyes and then continuing about our day. After all, what can really be done o...

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Lilias Trotter

"Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me." Matthew 16:24 Lilias Trotter is a woman whose life exemplified this verse. Born in Victorian England, in the year 1853 in London, she joined a family of privilege, being the first child born from the second marriage of her father, Alexander Trot...

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J C Ryle

During Christmas break, I took advantage of one of Westminster Theological Seminary's online bookstore cyberdeal'sJ.C. Ryle's Daily Readings: From all Four Gospels. It is a daily devotional with a morning and evening selection for each day of the year from the Anglican bishop who lived from 1816-1900. I had discovered this years ago and had a copy in paperback that had fa...

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The Weight of Glory

I wish that I could truthfully say that everything I've ever read by C.S. Lewis has been fully comprehended by this layman. But I can truthfully say, along with countless others over the past decades, that Lewis has been an instrument in my life to awaken dull imaginations and a desire to pursue joy in Christ more fully and energetically. "The Weight of Glory" is one such ...

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Wisdom

Lately, there seems to be a theme to what the Lord is surrounding me withthe topic of wisdom. From Lysa Terkherst's The Best Yes, Vacation Bible School's theme of wisdom, Jeff is reading Proverbs to our girls each night at bedtime, and, last but not least, a book, Pursuing the Intentional Life by Jean Fleming. The unifying verse of the book is "Teach us to number our days ...

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A Book Review: LAYING DOWN THE RAILS by Sonya Shafer

Ann Voskamp, author of One Thousands Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are says this of the Charlotte Mason Handbook Laying Down the Rails by Sonya Shafer: "Worth every penny and more." "Needful, necessary stuff." "I return again and again to this book, all underlined and dog-eared."It's February 24th, and many of us who haven't attained perfection in the keeping...

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