Paul David Tripp in his book, Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands, reminds us that often we don’t rebuke because we love ourselves. True love for neighbor necessitates a godly rebuke when in sin.
“When once the light of divine Providence has shone in the believer’s heart, he is relieved and liberated, not only from the extreme fear and anxiety which had previously oppressed him, but from all worries. Because, as he rightly rejects the idea of chance, he can confidently put himself in God’s hands. What a comfort! He […]
“One of the great failings of the church is that we have done so little to let women know how valuable and glorious their family ministry is. My wife has said to me, ‘Bryan, you must understand that all my choices are attackable. It does not matter which choices I make—there are some women in the […]