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T4G 2012 Favorite Sessions

All the sessions were good in one way or another, but if I had to pick my three personal favorites they would be as follows…



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Came across this link to one of John Piper’s first sermons he gave when he was 25 years old. It’s only 18 minutes long, a good lesson in itself, but even more importantly, it’s 18 very solid minutes. Enjoy.


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Bible Study Resource – net.bible.org

Not sure if anyone has ever used this but I find myself checking it almost weekly for some note or another in my sermon prep.

I find that I especially like Constable’s Notes. They are clear and concise, and reference other fairly contemporary commentaries.


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Bible Reading Schedule

Not sure if you’re into the whole Bible Reading Schedule “thing,” but if you are, this is one that I came up with a year or so ago and  number of people have found it helpful.

It moves you through the Bible one book at a time but alternates from Old Testament to New Testament to Epistles so you still get a good variety.

Plus it means that you only have one bookmark in your Bible!

All you have to do is print the PDF on two sides of the same paper, fold, and trim, and you’re all set.


Bible Reading Plan

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Over at The Gospel-Driven Church, Jared Wilson has a great post with some quotes from Agustus Toplady in regard to the difference between faith, assurance of faith, and full assurance of faith.

I found them helpful and I hope you will too. I find much of what Jared posts to be very beneficial. You will probably find lots of links to his stuff appearing here in the future.

Here are the first two points from his post. There are six total.

1. Faith is the hand by which we embrace or touch, or reach toward, the garment of Christ’s righteousness, for our own justification.-Such a soul is undoubtedly safe.

2. Assurance I consider as the ring which God puts, upon faith’s finger.-Such a soul is not only safe, but also comfortable and happy.

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Hey there. Not sure if any of you are familiar with Themelios, but from what I’ve seen/read, it’s really a great resource. I’ts more on the academic side, but it’s free and I’ve read things by some of the guys that contribute and many of them seem really solid. Just thought you might want to check it out sometime.

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