Tag Archives: Bible Study

The Ordinary Graces of God

No, there’s not mistake in the title of this post. It’s true that God’s grace is extraordinary, but the ways the Bible teaches us to interact with him are what at least one pastor has called ordinary graces.

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Don’t Miss List: Meditation, Reformation and More

How to Discern Between Biblical Meditation and the Unbiblical Kind As new age meditation becomes commonplace in our culture it is imperative that we Christians understand the difference between what the Bible means when it says to meditate on God’s … Continue reading

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A “Balanced Diet” of Scripture

A helpful point from Jen Wilkin’s book, Women of the Word. After explaining a particular problem of being a biblical “picky eater,” by only reading or studying certain parts of the Bible on page 44 Wilkin writes: “All Scripture is God-breathed … Continue reading

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New Release: “Women of the Word”

Jen Wilkin’s book, “Women of the Word: How to study the Bible with both our hearts and our minds,” has just been released by Crossway and it has made into my latest list of books to start reading. Wilkin is … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss List: A Video for Maundy Thursday, Film Discernment and More

It is Maundy Thursday so that’s where this don’t miss list will begin. John 13:1-38 ESV “Now before the Feast of the Passover, when Jesus knew that his hour had come to depart out of this world to the Father, having loved … Continue reading

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Studying Isaiah

I joined a Ligonier Connect Bible study that Tim Challies and David Murray are moderating. It’s an Old Testament-focused course and this past week we’ve been learning about Isaiah. Obviously we could spend months (or years studying Isaiah), so there’s … Continue reading

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Why I Contend

Last week Sola Sisters wrote a brief piece explaining “Why We Contend.” They shared that they have lost friends because of their willingness to expose false teaching, but their concern for the truth as well as their friends and their … Continue reading

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