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    Free read Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Kevin DeYoung The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review Over the course in my life I have read hundreds of books from various genres However I would say that I am extremely picky with Chr

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    The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] An enjoyable commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism which is itself largely a commentary on the Apostles Creed Ten Commandments and Lord's Prayer This book is definitely a book on theology but it has a very devotional feel and could probably be used as a devotional I found some of the chapters uplifting or even awe inspi

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    Read The Good News We Almost Forgot The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] My full review can be read at Blogging TheologicallyWhen I was a kid the only time I ever heard the word “catechism” was when a friend grumbled about how he couldn’t be wait to be done with it when he was thirteen I had no idea what a catechism was but sounded horrible—obviously it was some sort of hell

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    Read The Good News We Almost Forgot Free read Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Kevin DeYoung Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review Before I say anything else I must offer a big thanks to Moody Publishing for their patience in waiting for this review I took my time with this

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    Read The Good News We Almost Forgot The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] A commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism Concise uplifting satisfying Arranged like the Heidelberg itself into 52 sections one for each Sunday of the year this is probably best used as a devotional DeYoung excels at drawing existential advice

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    The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] Chances are pretty good that many people reading this are wondering What in the world is a catechism? The short answer is that it is a method

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    The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review Read The Good News We Almost Forgot This book works its way through the Heidelberg Catechism one uestion at a time I've been using it as a Sunday morning devotional this year reading one of the 2 3 page long sections each week before churchDeYoung is one of my favorite theologians he has a delightful way with words speaking truth humbly and with

  8. says: The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review Read The Good News We Almost Forgot

    Free read Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Kevin DeYoung Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] This is the first book by Kevin DeYoung that I have read The reason I bought the book was to learn about the Heidleberg Catechism I had not heard of it We now belong to a church that is a part of the CRC Christian Reformed Churches and it is one of the confessions of faith that helps communicate and remind us of what we believe I s

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    Read The Good News We Almost Forgot The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] Oh how beautiful is the Heidelberg Catechism As a Baptist I am an odd bird for Baptist are not by nature fans of confessio

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    The Good News We Almost Forgot [E–pub Free] Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review Read The Good News We Almost Forgot A very good entry level read on the Heidelberg Catechism Would be good to use for study in a high school class with the average church member who does not have a lot of theological background or a read aloud and discussion f

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  • Paperback
  • 256
  • The Good News We Almost Forgot
  • Kevin DeYoung
  • English
  • 14 November 2019
  • 9780802458407

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Read The Good News We Almost Forgot Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review Free read Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Kevin DeYoung Evers and deep enough for mature believers DeYoung writes The gospel summarized in the Heidelberg Catechism is glorious its Christ gracious its comfort rich its Spirit strong its God Sovereign and its truth timeless Come and see how your soul can be warmed by the elegantly and logically stated doctrine that matters most We are great sinners and Christ is a greater Savi. This is the first book by Kevin DeYoung that I have read The reason I bought the book was to learn about the Heidleberg Catechism I had not heard of it We now belong to a church that is a part of the CRC Christian Reformed Churches and it is one of the confessions of faith that helps communicate and remind us of what we believe I started out reading it by myself and once I asked Dan if I could read some of it to him we ended up reading it together Just a few uotes from the introduction in order to whet your appetiteWe must remember the old old story We must remember the faith once delivered to the saints We must remember the truths that spark reformation revival and regenerationAll of us kids and adults need to know the Bible better than we know the Heidelberg Catechism No doubt about that But all of us kids and adults can have our faith strengthened our knowledge broadened and our love for Jesus deepened by devoting ourselves to reading rich truth like the kind found in the Heidelberg Catechism After two introductory uestions the Catechism deals with man s misery uestions 3 11 man s deliverance uestions 12 85 and finally man s response 86 129 or to put it memorably guilt grace and gratitude The subtitle of the book is what drew me in Rediscovering the Gospel in the 16th Century Catechism It is a great to have these uestions and answers organized in such a way that it once again renews my love for the One who has bought me and made me his own The first uestion addresses one of the main concerns of us that live in the West and specifically for me the US Comfort Spiritually blind eyes do not want to hear it and DeYoung rephrases the first uestion in his devotion What is your solace in life What is your only security He continues it also poses the most important uestion we will ever face What enables you to endure life and face death unafraid Is it that you read your Bible every day That you attend church every Sunday That you give to the poor That you have a cushy retirement account saved up That you haven t committed any of the big sins in life We live in a world where we expect to find comfort in possessions pride power and position But the Catechism teaches us that our only true comfort comes from the fact that we don t even belong to ourselvesWe can endure suffering and disappointment in life and face death and the life to come without fear of judgment not because of what we ve done or what we own or what we are but because of what we do not possess namely our own selves Overall it is a great read both encouraging and challenging calling all Christians to take heart and to press on in this life and look with hope toward the next and to keep an eye open for the Lord s return

Free read Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Kevin DeYoungThe Good News We Almost Forgot

Read The Good News We Almost Forgot Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review Free read Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Kevin DeYoung Ot Kevin DeYoung explores the Heidelberg Catechism and writes 52 brief chapters on what it has shown him The Heidelberg is largely a commentary on the Apostle's Creed the Ten Commandments and the Lord's Prayer and deals with man's guilt God's grace and believers' gratitude This book is a clear headed warm hearted exploration of the faith simple enough for young beli. A commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism Concise uplifting satisfying Arranged like the Heidelberg itself into 52 sections one for each Sunday of the year this is probably best used as a devotional DeYoung excels at drawing existential advice from a doctrinal statement

Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review

Read The Good News We Almost Forgot Kevin DeYoung ´ 5 review Free read Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Kevin DeYoung If there is nothing new under the sun perhaps the main task now facing the Western church is not to reinvent or be relevant but to remember The truth of the gospel is still contained within vintage faith statements Within creeds and catechisms we can have our faith strengthened our knowledge broadened and our love for Jesus deepened   In The Good News We Almost Forg. An enjoyable commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism which is itself largely a commentary on the Apostles Creed Ten Commandments and Lord s Prayer This book is definitely a book on theology but it has a very devotional feel and could probably be used as a devotional I found some of the chapters uplifting or even awe inspiring awe inspiring because of what they spoke of God not because of the uality of the writing Although that too was fine Who could not be moved by the first uestion of the catechism after all What is your only comfort in life and in deathA That I am not my own but belong body and soul in life and in death to my faithful Savior Jesus Christ He has fully paid for all my sins with His precious blood and has set me free from the tyranny of the devil He also watches over me in such a way that not a hair can fall from my head without the will of my Father in heaven in fact all things must work together for my salvation Because I belong to Him Christ by His Holy Spirit assures me of eternal life and makes me wholeheartedly willing and ready from now on to live for Him I ll accept any excuse to uote that I found other chapters convicting of the imperfect ways in which I live my own life the impure motives that lie behind my even good actions Consider an excerpt from a chapter on part of the Lord s PrayerFew of us have probably stopped to think what radical reorientation flows from this first petition of the Lord s Prayer By putting hallowed by Your name first Jesus would have us understand that the point of prayer is God s glory Yes we may legitimately ask for other things but our overriding concern is for the fame of God s name It s as if we prayed Our Father in heaven the concern nearest to my heart and the one that shapes all other reuests is that Your name would be regarded as holy that Your fame would be heralded on the earth that You would be honored among the nations that Your glory would be magnified for all to see O Lord be pleased to cause men everywhere to take pleasure in You that You might be praised now and forever I don t think I could claim that that is usually the concern nearest my heart or my first concern in prayerThe book also addresses some common intellectual uestions for example is oath taking always bad Didn t Jesus speak against it Can I really swear an oath to tell the truth when I go to courtSome topics of disagreement among Christians are also discussed including infant baptism the Lord s Supper and the Keys of the Kingdom And of course no DeYoung book would be complete without some criticism of Rob Bell said criticism occurs on page 77 of this book OK I tease I tease But Velvet Elvis really is critiued on page 77Highly recommended