King Alfred the Great - Recently read this short work on King Alfred the Great, which details the life of a godly leader. His administration is essentially the foundation for common law, which is built on the Mosaic code. The work expresses how society at large profited--stealing and general evil was diminished throughout the land. His character is highlighted, especially his diligence to study and develop personal piety.
The Christian Ministry, by Charles Bridges - I have begun to read this book. I have desired some personal encouragement in regards to the work of the ministry. This quote stands out not only as profound:
“The Ministration of the Church, as Calvin observes, is ‘not an easy and indulgent exercise, but a hard and severe warfare, where Satan is exerting all his power against us, and moving every stone for our disturbance.’”
Josh Harris Ted Talk, Strong Enough to be Wrong - That was the first time she had ever heard a religious leader admit he was wrong.
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