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Book Review: Love Letters from the Edge

This has been one of the hardest books I have formally reviewed. Before I begin my review, let me just say that there were countless times throughout the reading of this work where I wept alongside these women (Romans 12:15). The struggles and difficulties associated with PTSD are real, and I have sat across from […]

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Book Review: Gospel Assurance and Warnings

  His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant… Enter into the joy of your master.’ And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness.’ These are two of the most powerful statements that will be spoken on Judgment Day. And every person […]

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Book Review: Captivated

So often we can allow profound truths to pass over us. In our fast-paced, busy world, it is easy to go about our days and only take a glimpse at Jesus during a hurried 15 minute devotional. Do you remember the last time you took a hard look at Christ. When was the last time […]

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Book Review: Risky Gospel

There has been a recent trend within the printed world of evangelicalism. Several faithful pastors have written about the apparent complacency within the Christian church. Francis Chan’s Crazy Love and David Platt’s Radical could be considered the two primary works written addressing this issue. I believe both of these books are extremely helpful but both […]

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Foundations: A Long Line of Godly Men Book Review

“Beginning with the ancient prophet Moses and spanning the past thirty-five hundred years to this present hour, there has marched onto the stage of human history a long line of godly men, men who have faithfully upheld the royal banner of the doctrines of grace in their generations. These standard-bearers of the sovereignty of God’s […]

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Book Review: The Betrayal

The Betrayal A Novel On John Calvin “God above, if you are there, you are most unkind to me. . . . Therefore, will I not serve you, will I not worship you, will I not obey you. Henceforth, I give of myself to those powers that most work against you, against your will and […]

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Book Review: Tempted and Tried

As the days go by, and the months turn to years, Christians begin to long more and more for the great day of the Resurrection. Why? Because as time passes by Christians begin to hate their sin more and more. With each passing day, the true believer declares with a greater burden, “I Hate my […]

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