For those who are struggling in their daily walk with God, or living in the dark of night waiting for the light of day, there is hope. Encouragement for the Depressed, by esteemed 19th-century pastor Charles Spurgeon, is a gracious reminder that little faith is still saving faith. Spurgeon himself was not unfamiliar with depression, having dealt with it for most of his life. With personal experience and pastoral care, Spurgeon encourages both the new believer struggling to grasp the tenets of the faith and the experienced Christian struggling to enjoy the truths they once cherished to hold fast, for God is faithful.
I’m not a pastor. I’m not a pastor’s wife. But I’m really glad I got a chance to review Dr. Joel Beeke’s book Reformed Preaching. […]
I just finished watching this fabulous documentary and want to recommend it to you. While there’s probably no “new” information here, the overall summary of […]
These are some of my favorite baby sign language signs to do with your baby even at a very young age. Enjoy!
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Book Title: Winnie: The Early Years – Horse Gentler in Training. Author: Dandi Daley Mackall Publisher: Tyndale Amazon Info: Now younger readers can saddle up […]