The Freebie Round-Up #14

uzx0qqlHeads up! Time for some freebies that will complete your weekend. And as usual Delighting Grace assures your 100 % satisfaction by bring free stuff that you can use to help your personal growth and the ministry that you are apart of. Praying that these resources will point you to Christ goodness and to prepare you to serve others.

FREE Charles Spurgeon’s Christ’s Glorious Achievements e-book– Banner of Truth delivers this essential book from the Prince of Preachers. Just choose epub format of the book, add it in your cart and before you check out, use this coupon code: spurgeonebook.

FREE Why God Made Cities e-book by Tim Keller – A free e-book from his Redeemer City to City outreach, Keller explains how global cities can be renewed by God (scroll down on the page and look for the freebie).

*In case you missed these : 5 Christian Podcast You Should Be Listening Right Now, 7 Awesome Ways to Learn Church History Online for Free, 7 Short But Excellent Christian Books I Have Read, 5 Important Things to Do Before Starting to Read A Book, 3 Essential Reasons to Re-Read Your Favorite Book. 

FREE Duties of a Gospel Minister e-book by John Holt Rice – A brand new e-book freebie from Log College Press. Click the Click Here for a Free E-book! button.

FREE The Whole Story of the Bible in 16 Verses e-book by Chris Bruno – Get this great book from Crossway just by filling up a quick survey.

FREE audiobooks of  Pursuing God and Wasted Faith by Jim Elliff –  There are two audiobooks for free download written by Jim Elliff from Christian Communicator Worldwide. Check the links and enjoy listening to the books.

And now for some non-Reformed freebies….

FREE Christian Metalcore bands advice on overcoming depression and finding purpose e-booklet – This free e-booklet collects advice from bands like Silent Planet, Memphis May Fire, Fit for a King etc., on how to cope with depression and finding purpose in life. This is from HeartSupport ministry.

*In case you missed these: Collecting the Past: Delighting Grace Interviews Caleb of Log College Press,  Accessible Apologetics: Delighting Grace Interviews Jason L. Petersen, Squad Goals: Delighting Grace Interviews Theron St. John, Tested by Time: Delighting Grace Interviews Dr. Isabelo Magalit.

FREE How to Self-Publish and Expand Your Ministry guide – This free publishing guides pastors on how to publish their own books and further expand his ministry.






The Quotable Round-Up #80

tpn6bjcHello guys! I hope you’re having a great day as you dive in this brand new collection of quotes! This time we are featuring fresh quotes from Chris Bruno’s book titled “The Whole Story of the Bible in 16 Verses” . And if you got stoked with these quotes, please get the book at your nearest Christian bookstore or on Amazon.

“The way we think about God shapes the way we think about everything else, along with the way we act and respond to every circumstance.”

“When he had finished making everything, God looked at it all and saw that it was “very good.” Notice that God was the One who pronounced the verdict. The entire universe came to be because he spoke, and he was the only one qualified to evaluate his creative work. We don’t see the angels coming alongside God to give him some encouraging feedback. (In fact, we don’t even know when and how God created the angels, though we can be pretty sure they started praising him right away.) No, the focus at the very beginning is on God, his creation, and his authority over that creation.”

“Don’t tell the guys at Trinity Broadcasting Network, but financial prosperity is not the primary indicator of God’s blessing. Think back to the garden. What was the greatest blessing that God gave to Adam and Eve? The greatest blessing was living in God’s very presence, knowing him, and worshiping him.”

“God redeemed his people from slavery in Egypt by means of a substitute. Very early in the Bible, then, the patterns of redemption are established. In the first Passover, we see the pattern that God established in the law. The entire Mosaic covenant points forward to the need for a greater sacrifice. It points us to the promised seed.”

“Jesus, as the anointed King, the Messiah, would succeed where Adam had failed. Even though Adam was the image of God, he did not rule God’s kingdom as he should have. Neither did any of the kings in Israel or Judah. But finally here was One who would do what no other king could do. He would act as God’s representative Ruler, the true King. But in order to establish his perfect reign, he would have to be the representative servant of God, which meant he would have to suffer on behalf of God’s people.

“We saw in Isaiah 53 that the final substitute for the sins of God’s people could not be a lamb. No, it had to be one of them. It had to be the Promised One, who would represent the people and stand in as their substitute. It shouldn’t surprise us to hear Jesus say that his mission was not “to be served but to serve.” His main task as a servant was “to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45). When he said that, he was pointing back to Isaiah 53:11–12. He was the servant.”