“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” — Proverbs 22:6 Thankfully,…
“The Church in thy house.” —Philemon 2 Is there a Church in this house? Are parents, children, friends, servants, all members of it? or are…
Once again, we are refraining from posting articles on Justification by Grace so that we may spend time with our families in public and private worship on Sunday and Monday.
I have been criticized for not keeping my comments section open for more than a week. On posts where the comments section is allowed or is open, it is only left open for seven days and afterward closes automatically. When prayerfully considering opening up the comment section, my family and I agreed ahead of time that we would have certain restrictions concerning my blog, one of them being that I wouldn’t have to keep on going back to articles to be reminded of what was written so as to respond to some comment. Another such restriction is that I am typically off the computer on Saturday and Sunday except where exceptional situations might necessitate otherwise. Thus, I don’t even automatically schedule posts to appear on Sunday or Monday.
I’ll be spending time with my family in public and private worship on Sunday and Monday. Justification by Grace articles will resume its regular broadcast week on Tuesday. I am ever at the cross and in God’s Word by His grace until Christ comes! Jon Cardwell
I’ll be spending time with my family in public and private worship on Sunday and Monday. Justification by Grace articles will resume its regular broadcast week on Tuesday.
A Puritan Family Devotional is now available with Scriptures from the New American Standard Bible (NASB). This book was created for family and individual meditations, containing, Robert Murray McCheyne’s DAILY BREAD, Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s A PURITAN CATECHISM, the 1689 LONDON BAPTIST CONFESSION of FAITH, and selected hymns and psalms. Scriptures used in this volume are from the New American Standard Bible.