By Contributing Writer, Jeannette Paulson
Book lists. Whether yours is mental or written doesn’t matter, but I hope you have a list of books you are planning to read. Good ones. Books are friends; choose them as carefully.
Jonathan Edwards’s Charity and Its Fruits, an exposition of 1 Cor.13, is worth its weight in gold –and more. Though I have not finished it yet, what I have read has provided conviction of sin and a deeper desire for godliness.
Allow me to quote a little section on censoriousness:
If charity is that without which nothing else counts for eternity (and 1 Cor.13 says exactly that), we had better take a few hours to understand what it means.
Edwards is a faithful teacher.