Apr 16, 2019

The Double Cure

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Here’s an excerpt from The Double Cure, D. Blair Smith’s contribution to the April issue of Tabletalk:

A pair of lines from Augustus Toplady’s eighteenth-century hymn “Rock of Ages” address what Christ’s atonement brings about in the Christian’s life: “Be of sin the double cure, Save me from its guilt and power.” A look at the life and teaching of another rock, the Apostle Peter (Petros means “rock”), will provide insight into the meaning of these poignant lines.

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