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21 Servants of Sovereign Joy: Faithful, Flawed, and Fruitful (udgave 2018)

af John Piper (Forfatter)

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In this book, John Piper explores the lives of 21 leaders from church history, offering a close look at their perseverance amidst opposition, weakness, and suffering--inspiring readers toward a life of Christ-exalting courage, passion, and joy.
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Titel:21 Servants of Sovereign Joy: Faithful, Flawed, and Fruitful
Forfattere:John Piper (Forfatter)
Info:Crossway (2018), 816 pages
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21 Servants of Sovereign Joy (Complete Set): Faithful, Flawed, and Fruitful (Swans Are Not Silent) af John Piper

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Excellent so far! Have really enjoyed William Wilberforce, John Bunyan, and George Herbert. Piper is a fine biographer.
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[Book 1: The Legacy of Sovereign Joy]
The sum of all our goods, and our perfect good, is God. We must not fall short of this, nor seek anything beyond it; the first is dangerous, the other impossible.
-- St. Augustine, "Morals of the Catholic Church"
[Book 2: The Hidden Smile of God]

Judge not the Lod by feeble sense,
But trust him for his grace,
Behind a frowning providene
He hides a smiling face.
-- William Cowper
"God Moves in a Mysterious Way"
[Book 3: The Roots of Endurance]
A book by Richard Sibbes, one the the choicest of the Puritan writters, was read by Richard Baxter, who was greatly blessed by it. Baxter then wrote his "Call to the Uncoverted" which deeply influenced Philip Doddridge, who in turn wrote "The Rise adn Progress of Religion in the Soul. This brought the youn William Wilberforce, subsequen English statesman and foe of slavery, to serious thought of eternity. Wilberforce wrote his "Practical Book of Christianity" which fired the soul of Leigh Richmond. Richmond, in turn wrote "The Dairyman's Daughter", a book that brought thousands to the Lord, helping Thomas Chalmers the creat preacer, among others. -- Ernest Resinger, "Every Christian a Publisher"
[Book 4: Contending for Our All]
Our upbringing and the whole atmosphere of the world we live in make it certain that our main temptation will be that of yielding to winds of doctrine, not that of ignoring them. We are not at all likely to be hidebound: we are very likely indeed to be the slaves of fashion. If one has to choose between reading the new books and reading the old, one must choose the old: not because they are necessarily better but because they contain precisely those truths of which our own age is neglectful. The standard of permanent Christianity must be kept clear in our minds and it is against that standard that we must test all contemporary thought. In fact, we must at all costs not move with the times. We serve One who said, "Heaven and Earth shall move with the times, but my words shall not move with the times" (Matt. 24:35; Mark 13:31; Luke 21:33). C. S. Lewis "Christian Apologetics"
[Book 5: Filling Up the Afflictions of Christ]
A letter from John Calvin to five young Frenchmen about to be martyred in 1553 for carrying the gospel into France:

We who are here shall do our duty in praying that [God] would glofiry Himself more and more by your constancy, and that He may, by the comfort of His Spirit, sweeten and endear all that is bitter to the flesh, and so absorb your spirits in Himself, that in contemplating that heavenly crown, you may be ready without regret to leave all that belongs to this world.

Now, at this present hour, necessity itself exhorts you more than ever to turn your whole mind heavenward. As yet, we know not what will be the event. But, since it appears as though God would use your blood to seal His truth, there is nothing better for you than to prepare yourselves for that end, beseeching Him so to subdue you to His good pleasure, that nothing may hinder you from following whithersoever He shall call. . . . Since it pleases Him to employ you to the death in maintaining His quarrel, He will strengthen your hands in the fight and will not suffer a single drop of our blood to be shed in vain.

Your humble brother, John Calvin
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Book 1: To Jon Bloom whose heart and hands sustain the song at the Bethlehem Conference for Pastors and Desiring God Ministries
Book 2: To George T. Henry and Pamela C. Henry; Parents of my wife, partners in the warfare, precious in life and death.
Book 3: To my grandfather Elmer Albert Piper who said, when he was almost dead and Daddy prayed for faith, one word: "Amen"
Book 4: To R. C. Sproul; Faithful Contender for the Supreme Greatness of the Holiness of God
Book 5: To those who suffer to spread the gospel, "Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body
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[Preface - Collection] It brings me a great deal of pleasure at the beginning of this volume of collected biographies to pay tribute to a man without whom they would, in all likelihood, not exist.
[Preface - Book 1] At the age of seventy-one, four years before he died on August 28, AD 430, Aurelius Augustine handed over the adminstrative duties of the church in Hippo on the northern coast of Africa to his assistant Eraclius.
[Introduction - Book 1] God ordains that we gaze on his glory dimly mirrored in the ministry of his flawed servants.
[Preface - Book 2] The swans sing sweetly when they suffer.
[Introduction - Book 2] The afflictions of John Bunyan gave us "The Pilgrim's Progress."
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