Great Book! Dear Joshua, I read on the Permission to Peruse blog that I could recieve this book free if I contacted you. You did a random act of kindness and sent Amy a book. God Bless You! I'm assuming you need more info but I will wait to hear from you. Thank you!
Would like a copy if possible I am grateful for your devotional, reading it, praying over it, growing from it and sharing it with others. I tried to order the 3 dvd discs because I love to listen to sermons in the evening and during times when I am doing housework. However, I did not see an order box with this one.
Praise the LORD Praise the LORD for men who are willing to bring the whole counsel of God to His people from little forgotten books of grace such as Jude. Let us all be ever mindful that God will share His glory with no one for only He is worthy. Let everything in Heaven and earth praise the LORD.
Convicting and Compelling Message On May 10, 1888, C. H. Spurgeon preached one of his three sermons on this Galatians 2:20 text, in which he states:
"In great ranges of mountains there are lofty peaks which pierce the clouds, but, on the other hand, there are, here and there, lower parts of the range which are crossed by travelers, become national highways, and afford passages for commerce from land to land. My text rises before my contemplation like a lofty range of mountains, a very Andes for elevation. I shall not attempt, this morning, to climb the summits of its sublimity: we have not the time, we fear we have not the skill for such work, but I shall, to the best of my ability, conduct you over one or two practical truths, which may be serviceable to us this morning, and introduce us to sunny fields of contemplation."
Today we have been brought again to consider more of those practical truths and enter once again into those sunny fields of contemplation. The title of Spurgeonâ€™s last message on this text aptly describes this sermon from beginning to end - Christ First, Me Last: Nothing Between But Love. Convicting and compelling.