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5 Bible Verses on Spiritual Warfare

Ephesians 6:10–11 “Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil.”

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“Pain does not break the calm of the sweet twilight of age, for strength is made perfect in weakness and endures it all patiently.” — C.H. Spurgeon

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Jesus Christ: Humble Servant (1 of 7)

After spending roughly half his account of Jesus describing the first three years of His ministry, the Gospel writer John turns his attention, from chapter 13 onward, to the most important week of our Lord’s life: the week leading up to His crucifixion.

Behold Your God: Creator, Counselor, Controller, and Comforter

We all worship something. Despite the unbelief some confess, the truth is that people don’t want to have no god—although they often desire to have a “god” that makes them comfortable, allows them to believe whatever they think is best, and whose opinions about how they ought to live align with their own.

Wallpaper: Far Above

“The Lord Jesus Christ who must be forever dear to us, for through Him we are made to sit in heavenly places far above principalities and powers.” — C.H. Spurgeon

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We’re Called to Grow in Godliness. What Does That Look Like?

All Christians are called to pursue godliness—but how do we do so? In the book Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life, author Donald Whitney turns to 1 Timothy 4:7 for the answer: “Discipline yourself for the purpose of godliness.” This verse is the theme for the entire book as Whitney unpacks its meaning and helps us apply it in practical ways.

Hymn: “Blessed Assurance” by Fanny Crosby

Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine!Oh, what a foretaste of glory divine!Heir of salvation, purchase of God,Born of His Spirit, washed in His blood.

Alistair Begg Reflects on Martyn Lloyd-Jones

January 11, 2022

At the age of twenty-seven, Martyn Lloyd-Jones left his career as a doctor to begin his new life as a preacher. Over the next five decades, his bold proclamation of the Gospel led him to become one of the most influential preachers of the twentieth century. Alistair Begg shares his reflections on Lloyd-Jones’s life and beliefs, encouraging us to first preach to ourselves before preaching to others.

Wallpaper: Like a Strong Current

“Whatever our morning’s need may be, may it like a strong current carry us to the ocean of divine love. Jesus can soon remove our sorrow; He delights to comfort us.” — C.H. Spurgeon

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Begin Your Year with God: 11 Resolutions Worth Keeping

At the start of a new year, we sometimes feel ourselves to be on the brink of a new chapter of our lives. In some sense, crossing over from December 31 to January 1 is arbitrary; many of us begin the new year much as we ended the last. Still, there is something exciting about a blank page—the promise of a fresh chapter, as yet unwritten.

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