Authority and Joy are words rarely paired, but are inseparable in the Christian life. This short book, powerfully-reasoned from Scripture, brings a message of confidence in the Bible, and in Christ himself. Here we trace the thread between authority, self-disciple, grace and joy.
'We believe in Jesus and we believe Jesus' writes John Stott. Jesus's high view of Scripture is shown in his life and in his ministry. Christ believed that what Scripture says, God says.
Sinclair Ferguson helps us better understand the joy of the Lord, running through the Old and New Testaments, a joy which is ours through our union with Christ.
Robert Murray McCheyne's Reading Plan, compiled nearly two hundred years ago for his congregation in Dundee, was written to be 'a helper of your joy'.'Enjoying daily companionship with our Father God is an act of the will. A godly life is built one day at a time.' (Don Cormack, From the Foreword)
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