Feb 23, 2014

Social Media Highlights (02/23/14)

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Here are highlights from our various Facebook and Twitter accounts over the past week.

A holy God is both just and merciful, never unjust. —R.C. Sproul #reformed #reformedtheology #rcsproul pic.twitter.com/E3EmLHh9p8

— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) February 20, 2014

This is the art of contentment: not to seek to add to our circumstances, but to subtract form our desires (J. Burroughs)

— Tabletalk Magazine (@Tabletalk) February 18, 2014

Our children can never be so far away as to be outside the reach of our prayers. —@JoelBeeke http://t.co/3qLFLfgp0z

— Reformation Trust (@RefTrust) February 18, 2014

What famous book was published in 1799? Today, Stephen Nichols takes us back to the beginnings of modern liberalism: http://t.co/IMjo2fn0J4

— 5MinInChurchHistory (@5ChurchHistory) February 19, 2014

The way to experience the removal of the burden of our sin is to run to Jesus, and trust in Him alone. —Derek Thomas http://t.co/6Edgzmwncl

— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) February 19, 2014

Most heretics...tried to mask their heresy by using orthodox language to convey it. —RC Sproul

— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) February 21, 2014

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