by Tim Challies
With 2021 quickly waning, many of us are beginning to think about a devotional approach for the year ahead. Some are looking for a resource that will serve as the main component of their devotions and others for something that will be merely supplementary. Either way, I’ve collected some of the resources I most recommend and hope you find something here that will serve you as you devote yourself to reading the Word of God in 2022.
Truth for Life by Alistair Begg is a new book that offers a full year’s worth of devotions. ($26:24 from The Wandering Bookseller – details below)
Morning and Evening is a full-year’s devotional. I recommend this version which has been slightly modernized by Alistair Begg. (Also consider Daily Treasure and The Promises of God, also by Spurgeon.) (Available from: reformers.com.au – see below)
For the Love of God by D.A. Carson offers devotional readings that follow the M’Cheyne reading plan. (See also volume 2.) (Available from: reformers.com.au – see below and can be ordered from The Wandering Book Seller)
Michael’s Note on Bookshops:
I prefer to purchase books from smaller suppliers, even though they may cost a bit more. I find they have a reliable theological focus.
Contact details are:
Reformers Bookshop, web: reformers.com.au, phone: 9564 3555
Michael Blake, Acting Rector
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