Jun 11, 2020

The Word of God as a Means of Grace

1 Min Read

Here’s an excerpt from The Word of God as a Means of Grace, Robert VanDoodewaard's contribution to the June issue of Tabletalk:

We sometimes hear of talented athletes, artists, or authors who are considered underrated. Despite their abilities, their work is neglected, and they have not been given their due. The popularity and success of less-talented people baffles us, and we wonder why our culture is so fixated on superficiality and empty celebrity. We should, however, consider that a far more unreasonable pattern has played out in this world: the very Word of God has become underrated. As Christians, we ought to stand firm in treasuring the Word of God, which He uses as the primary means for the creation and edification of His church.

Continue reading The Word of God as a Means of Grace, or begin receiving Tabletalk magazine by signing up for a free 3-month trial.

For a limited time, the new TabletalkMagazine.com allows everyone to browse and read the growing library of back issues, including this month’s issue.