Monthly Archives: April 2012

Fun and Fellowship

Time to talk about something other than my reading. I have been doing a mental recap of what we have been so busy doing this year. The year started out fairly quiet and I got a ton of reading done. … Continue reading

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He Controls Nations and Nature

Back to Trusting God by Jerry Bridges. Chapter 5 is about God’s control over the nations. This is like taking the previous chapters and taking them to the highest and largest application. Just as He is sovereign over people, He … Continue reading

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Feminine Appeal – Carolyn Mahaney

About a year ago one of my women’s Bible study groups started the book Feminine Appeal: Seven Virtues of a Godly Wife and Mother by Carolyn Mahaney. They are focused on Titus 2:3-5. She starts with delight in loving our … Continue reading

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Who is in control?

Chapter 3 is about the sovereignty of God. It starts a section that covers the next few chapters. This chapter covers the premise that God is sovereign, all-powerful over all things. He refers to James 4:13-15 to remind us that … Continue reading

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Providence or Chance?

Ch 2 of the book Trusting God by Jerry Bridges talks about God’s providence, what it means, and what it means for us. He refers to the book When Bad Things Happen to Good People by Rabbi Harold Kushner. Besides … Continue reading

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Oy, how quickly we forget

I know to beware the weeks after a mountain-top experience. And even in re-reading Spiritual Depression by Martin Lloyd-Jones, he says he always watches someone very closely after such an experience, for the almost inevitable crash and depression that comes … Continue reading

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