Weekend Resources – February 27 – March 1
Here are several articles and other helpful resources worth looking over during your weekend. Enjoy!
Audio and video from the recent Ligonier conference is now available to stream online and via the app for free! Take advantage of the great teaching from teachers such as R.C. Sproul, Alistair Begg, Kevin DeYoung, Sinclair Ferguson, Steven Lawson, Robert Godfrey, Russell Moore, and many others. Together, they explored our need to be revived and restored to a high view of God, His law, His people, and His plan for the world.
This article from The Gospel Coalition is a helpful take on improving your memory so that you may get more from your study of the Word of God. The main thrust of the article series is that we should fill ourselves with Scripture in such a way that we can benefit from it even when we are not reading it. In the many moments we are alone with our thoughts, we could meditate on Bible truths – if we have committed them to our hearts and memories.
Looking to add some good books to your personal library? This substantial list features texts in the following categories: Biblical Studies & Hermeneutics, Biblical Theology, Systematic Theology, Apologetics & Philosophy, Church History & Historical Theology, Practical Theology, and Classics. Each of these lists are broken into beginner, intermediary, and advanced selections to help you decide where to start.
Some of our best-loved hymns were written in times of great sadness. “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” is one such song. Read about the tragedy that spurred the hymn writer to pen these cherished lyrics.
The “argument from design” for God’s existence can actually be strengthened by giving examples of relatively simple things which we would still never attribute to mere chance.