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  • Paul shared from For the Least of These: A Biblical Answer to Poverty by Anne Bradley
    The gospel transforms, making those who were self-indulgent by nature radically generous.
  • Paul shared from Bonhoeffer: A Biography by Eric Metaxas
    In 1821, in his play Almansor, the German poet Heinrich Heine wrote the chilling words: “Dort, wo man Bücher verbrennt, verbrennt man am Ende auch Menschen.” Heine was a German Jew who converted to Christianity, and his words were a grim prophecy, meaning, “Where books are burned, they will, in the end, burn people, too.”
  • Paul shared from How People Change by Timothy S. Lane, Paul David Tripp
    We wrap our hearts around something other than the living God and we believe the lie that without it, life is meaningless.
  • Paul shared from How People Change by Timothy S. Lane, Paul David Tripp
    The grace, restoration, reconciliation, forgiveness, mercy, patience, power, healing, and hope of the gospel are for sinners. They are only meaningful to you if you admit that you have the disease and realize that it is terminal.
  • Paul shared from The Gospel Focus of Charles Spurgeon (A Long Line of Godly Men Series Book 4) by Steven J. Lawson
    “I cannot conceive it possible for anyone truly to receive Christ as Savior and yet not to receive Him as Lord.”
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Paul Baker