Here are highlights from our various Facebook and Twitter accounts over the past week.
Your imperfection shall have no power to damn you, for Christ's perfection is reputed to be yours by faith —John Knox http://t.co/GWMyZZnheq
— Reformation Trust (@RefTrust) May 5, 2014
A god stripped of justice, of holiness, of sovereignty, and the rest is as much an idol as a statue of wood or stone (Sproul).
— Tabletalk Magazine (@Tabletalk) May 5, 2014
To know that God knows everything about me and yet loves me is indeed my ultimate consolation. —RC Sproul pic.twitter.com/x5ghC1iFkD
— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) May 6, 2014
What's the ontological argument for the existence of God? Stephen Nichols explains in this week's episode: http://t.co/23zsMKHqUl
— 5MinInChurchHistory (@5ChurchHistory) May 7, 2014
The Word of God can be in the mind without being in the heart; but it cannot be in the heart without first being in the mind. —RC Sproul
— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) May 7, 2014
Jesus was God and man in one person, that God and man might be happy together again (Whitefield).
— Tabletalk Magazine (@Tabletalk) May 8, 2014
Those who believe in a "God of love" without acknowledging His just wrath are guilty of refined idolatry: http://t.co/LUVKLGVPLQ
— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) May 8, 2014