"When Pain Is Real And God Seems Silent: Finding Hope in the Psalms" by Ligon Duncan

May 25, 2020 | Dave Jenkins

Ours is a day where real people have experienced a significant amount of pain. By drawing on the intense suffering of the Psalmist, Duncan has provided a helpful guide in this book to help readers facing the darkest of circumstances with hope in the Lord.

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Community and Solitude: A Corona-Paradox

Pastoral Reflections on Coronavirus

May 21, 2020 | Greg Meyer

What I have come to see is that the nature of a life in quarantine (or some form of restricted personal freedom) requires greater intentionality and creativity. Our worlds have been shrunk – whether the world of our regular community life or our inner life of solitude before the Lord…

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Eschatological Justification in Romans 5

May 18, 2020 | Cody Edds

Eschatological justification is the truth that Christians “have now received reconciliation” with God (Rom. 5:11) in a final and consummated sense through Christ’s obedience being imputed to them and his death and resurrection being their own…

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