Destinations

September 7, 2011

Once again there are some good Kindle and Nook deals. Disciplines of a Godly Woman is $2.99 for Kindle and $3.99 for Nook. Kevin DeYoung’s Why Our Church Switched to The ESV is free here for Kindle and here for Nook. The rest of the books mentioned are either not offered at Barnes or they’re not on sale. The Gospel is for Christians is again $0.99. Stand: A Call for the Endurance of the Saints by Justin Taylor and others is $3.03. Randy Alcorn’s Why Pro-Life is $0.99.

I’m really looking forward to Tullian Tchividjian’s new book  Jesus + Nothing = Everything. Here’s an excerpt from the book entitled It’s Ok To Not Be OK. Here’s a sort quote from the piece:

Because of the gospel, we have nothing to prove or protect. We can stop pretending. The gospel frees us from trying to impress people, to appease people, to measure up for people, to prove ourselves to people, to make people think we’re something that we’re not.

Finally don’t miss this video from a pilot who should have been flying Flight 11, the plane that crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. His purpose in life should be our purpose in life. In fact, it might be a good time to ask how you’re doing. If you were to stand before the Judge today, what would he say to you?

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3 Responses to “Destinations”

  1. denise Says:

    Wow and pass the box of tissue. Thank you Jesus

  2. denise Says:

    Started reading, “Disciplines of a Godly Woman”. I like the way it is set up. They have you going into scripture and asking questions as you go along.
    Just finishing’The Knowledge of the Holy”, by A.W. Tozer. It has been a good book also. Nic & jess had passed this one along. Thank you for passing books along, I always have 2 going.

  3. Mark Says:

    Let me know what you think of “Disciplines.” We worked through “Disciplines of a Godly Man” several years ago in our men’s study. It was good as well. Good job reading “Knowledge of the Holy.” It was one of my text books in college. It’s a good overview of who God is.


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