The Indelible Mark of a Mother's Prayer Training
J. C. Ryle:
Prayer is, of all habits, the one which we recollect the longest. Many a grey-headed man could tell you how his mother used to make him pray in the days of his childhood. Other things have passed…
Don’t Give Up
“Here is a call for the endurance of the saints” (Revelation 14:12).
We all long for rest and refreshment. That’s a God-given longing that he promises to fulfill: “I will satisfy the weary soul, and every languishing soul I will…Continue Reading
Psalm 103: Learning How to Talk (to Yourself)
Do you talk to yourself?
I don’t mean when you’re wrestling through your taxes or walking through your to-do list. But do you talk yourself, really? When you are fearful, do you command your soul to trust in the…Continue Reading
The Journal of Biblical Counseling Is Back
Pray and Ponder Yourself into Sync with Paul’s Sense of Wealth
When the apostle Paul thinks about “wealth” or “riches” what springs to his mind? What should spring to ours? Where should our efforts at enrichment be invested?
Here are all the uses of Paul’s favorite word for “riches”…Continue Reading
A Conversation with Doug Wilson and John Piper
Where There's a Praying Mother, There's Always Hope
". . . Now the woman was a Gentile, a Syrophoenician by birth. And she begged him to cast the demon out of her daughter."
J. C. Ryle comments,
The woman who came to our Lord, in the…