Here are highlights from our various Twitter accounts over the past week.
How sweet is rest after fatigue! How sweet will heaven be when our journey is ended (Whitefield).
— Tabletalk Magazine (@Tabletalk) April 2, 2012
The most obscene symbol in human history is the Cross; yet in its ugliness it remains the most eloquent testimony to human dignity. —Sproul
— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) April 4, 2012
No scene in sacred history ever gladdens the soul like the scene on Calvary (Spurgeon).
— Ligonier Academy (@LigonierAcademy) April 5, 2012
New: Moses and the Burning Bush. Discover how the coming of Christ is foreshadowed in the meeting between God and Moses bit.ly/Hkx2kM
— Ligonier Connect (@LigonierConnect) April 5, 2012
The Father did not require the death of Christ to persuade Him to love us. Christ died because the Father loves us. —Sinclair Ferguson
— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) April 6, 2012
Not only is the sin of man imputed to Christ, but the righteousness of Christ is transferred to us, to our account. —R.C. Sproul
— Reformation Trust (@RefTrust) April 7, 2012
Jesus' heart began to beat, pumping glorified blood through glorified arteries, sending glorified power to muscles atrophied by death. —R.C.
— Ligonier Ministries (@Ligonier) April 8, 2012
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