Lent Reading

I usually don't give up anything or add something during Lent.  However, I have the last two years chosen a book that will help me reflect on Jesus' death on the cross.  This year, I am reading Scandalous by D. A. Carson.  Here are some quotes from my reading last week:
No, the hardest truth to get across to this generation is what the Bible says about sin.
All people without distinction are both condemned and savable. . .
The cross is not only the demonstration of God's love; it is the demonstration of God's justice. 
Go to the cross. It is where wrath and mercy meet. Holiness and peace kiss each other. The climax of redemptive history is the cross. 
 
 

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  1. Looks like a great title J.L.! I typically don't add or give up anything during Lent either. D.A. Carson's Scandalous is a good reason to add!

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  2. Sharing your book recommendation over at www.facebook.com/1Corinthians13Parenting :)

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