Thinking Christianly All Year
The transition from one year into another gives us an opportunity to reflect on what we believe, to consider why it matters, and to think Christianly about all of life. From selected Bible passages, Alistair Begg considers three “But God…” statements, examining the doctrine of providence in Joseph’s life, the doctrine of judgment in the parable of the rich fool, and the hope of salvation offered in Romans 5. All who hear God’s voice are called not to delay but to trust today in Christ, who seeks us out in our brokenness and gives us new life in Him.
Topics: Christian Thinking, Judgment, Providence of God, Salvation
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