Tag Archives: Thomas Watson

You’re Gonna Wanna Read This! 6/30/18

Did you know that the War for Independence was part of a larger global war? According to a new book and this article from Smithsonian Magazine, it involved four monarchies as well as the colonies. A very interesting read.

The American Revolution was Just One Battlefront in a Huge World War

Thomas Watson is, by far, my favorite Puritan to read. The Reformed Reader releases this post earlier with an excerpt from All Things Good, a book he wrote based on Romans 8:28. It is short. It will probably take less than a minute to read, but it will take a lifetime to live.

Loving Other Saints Who Are Sinners (Watson)

Joe Carter never disappoints with his astute perceptions on political issues. Here, in this post, he deals with the rise and retirement of Justice Kennedy along with the individualism that permeates our nation. Very interesting indeed.

Anthony Kennedy’s ‘Sweet Mystery of Life’ and the Self’s Impossible Demands

I am in the process of reading Dr. Al Mohler’s new book, The Prayer that Turned the World Upside Down, and am enjoying every word of it so far. Here is an excerpt that Dr. Mohler was gracious enough to put on his blog.

How Not To Pray: Two Correctives from Christ

You’re Gonna Wanna Read This! 5/30/18

D. A. Carson talks about how one can be flexible for the gospel’s sake, answering the question as to what it mean to be a slave to all and putting aside our rights.

Are You Flexible for the Gospel

As a pastor, I try to do my studies, prepare my sermons, and carefully select my words. Words matter. But words can also be harmful if we aren’t careful. Tim Challies explains.

A Warning to Those Who Work With Words

John Divito gives four reasons we should be in the Psalms and how it refreshes and renews us.

How I Love the Psalms

I love Thomas Watson. This is a very short article on Watson’s view of contentment. It’ll only take about a minute or two to read, but it may help you with understanding contentment from a Christian point of view.

Contentment