As usual, there are a lot of helpful and encouraging articles to read this week. Also, we are enjoying Paul David Tripp’s Advent readings from his new book, which you can click on below to purchase.
“So, enough with the silly idea that every technological advance is set in stone and that cultural changes are irresistible, especially if certain habits prove detrimental to the life we want for ourselves! We can make choices in line with the vision of what we want our world to be like, or at least, we can make choices in line with the vision of what we want to be like in our world.”
“It is within a man’s private life, in the refuge of recreation, in those “unseen hours,” where his character is most laid bare.”
“May this be a season that you see and savor an increased desire and love for Christ as you lean on him for your current and future needs. Be careful of giving way to resentment or envy towards those who appear to be more comfortable. Your intense season of need may be the greatest gift of grace that God has given you for his eternal purposes.”
“This book of daily readings for the month of December by best-selling author Paul David Tripp will help you slow down, prepare your heart, and focus on what matters most: adoring our Savior, Jesus.”