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  • Dawn Of Redeeming Grace


    As dawn broke on that first Christmas morning, the sun rose on a new era: God’s king had come to earth to bring about his kingdom.

    Join Sinclair Ferguson as he opens up the first two chapters of Matthew’s Gospel in these daily devotions for Advent. Each day’s reflection is full of insight and application, and will help you to arrive at Christmas Day awed by God’s redeeming grace and refreshed by the hope of God’s promised king.

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  • To Seek And To Save


    Journey with Jesus on the road to Jerusalem with these reflections for Lent by Sinclair Ferguson. As you walk through the second half of Luke’s Gospel, you’ll meet the people Jesus encountered on the way to the cross–and prepare your heart to appreciate his death and resurrection afresh.

    Each day you’ll be invited to:
    – Read a passage of Luke’s Gospel and a short meditation by Sinclair Ferguson
    – Reflect on a thought-provoking question
    – Respond in prayer and praise as you journal

    Pithy yet profound, these devotions will hold up a mirror to your own heart and, more importantly, give you a window into the heart of the Lord Jesus–the one who came to seek and to save the lost at Easter.

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  • Love Came Down At Christmas


    1. Introduction
    2. No Noisy Gong Or Clanging Cymbal (13 V 1)
    3. Knowledge + Faith Needs Love (13 V 2)
    4. More Than Sacrifice (13 V 3)
    5. Gentle Jesus, Meek And Mild? (13 V 4a)
    6. The Humble I AM (13 V 4b)
    7. Manners Maketh The Man (13 V 4c)
    8. He Did Not Please Himself (13 V 5a)
    9. I Did It His Way (13 V 5b)
    10. When Providence Rubs The Wrong Way (13 V 5c)
    11. Joy In Truth (13 V 6)
    12. Bearing All Things (13 V 7a)
    13. Believing All Things (13 V 7b)
    14. Hoping All Things (13 V 7c)
    15. Enduring All Things (13 V 7d)
    16. Everlasting Love (13 V 8a)
    17. Gifts Are Not Everything (13 V 8b)
    18. The Hidden And Revealed (13 V 9)
    19. Christ In The Future Perfect (13 V 10)
    20. Childhood Left Behind (13 V 11)
    21. Mirror, Mirror, On The Wall (13 V 12a,c)
    22. Seeing Face To Face (13 V 12b,d)
    23. Lasting Faith And Hope (13 V 13a, B)
    24. Simply The Greatest (13 V 13c-d)

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    Love is at the heart of Christmas-it’s the reason behind all our gathering and gift-giving at this time of year. In this Advent devotional, Dr Sinclair B Ferguson refreshes our hearts as we reflect on the source it all-love incarnate, Jesus Christ.

    Over the course of December, this devotional walks through 1 Corinthians 13 phrase-by-phrase, showing us that “love is” the Lord Jesus himself.

    Sinclair Ferguson brings the rich theology of the incarnation to life with his trademark warmth and clarity. Drawing on stories from the Gospels, we’ll see what “love” looked like in the life of Christ, and be challenged us to love like him. Each day’s reading finishes with a question for reflection and a prayer.

    However you’re feeling-weary or frantic, lonely or lovesick-your heart will be refreshed as you wonder again at the truth that love came down at Christmas in the person of Jesus Christ.

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  • Whole Christ : Legalism Antinomianism And Gospel Assurance Why The Marrow C


    Since the days of the early church, Christians have struggled to understand the relationship between two seemingly contradictory concepts in the Bible: law and gospel. If, as the apostle Paul says, the law cannot save, what can it do? Is it merely an ancient relic from Old Testament Israel to be discarded? Or is it still valuable for Christians today? Helping modern Christians think through this complex issue, seasoned pastor and theologian Sinclair Ferguson carefully leads readers to rediscover an eighteenth-century debate that sheds light on this present-day doctrinal conundrum: the Marrow Controversy. After sketching the history of the debate, Ferguson moves on to discuss the theology itself, acting as a wise guide for walking the path between legalism (overemphasis on the law) on the one side and antinomianism (wholesale rejection of the law) on the other.

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