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Daily Archives: September 29, 2015
Originally posted on Enough Light:
We sung a hymn at my church yesterday that I’d never heard before: God of Grace and God of Glory (1930). I checked the hymnal (although hymnals are in the pew, the words are projected…
Fred Sanders, ed. How God Used R.A. Torrey: A Short Biography As Told Through His Sermons. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2015. See here to buy the book. R.A. Torrey (1856-1928) worked with renowned evangelist D.L. Moody, and he also was instrumental … Continue reading
I finished Fred Sanders’ How God Used R.A. Torrey, and I will be writing my review of it tomorrow. (Moody Publishers sent me a review copy in exchange for an honest review, just to get that out into the open.) … Continue reading
Reblogging for the information (i.e., the historical context of pleasing God in I Thessalonians). Reading Acts The verbs translated “ask” and “urge” (ἐρωτάω and παρακαλέω) in 1 Thessalonians 4:1-2 are commonly used to encourage a reader to a particular action. … Continue reading