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“The Loveliness of Christ” – by Thomas Watson

For this week’s Crossroads Connection, I’d like to direct your attention to a section in Thomas Watson’s (1620–1686) sermon, “The Loveliness of Christ.” In this portion of this message, Watson is placing before his congregation the loveliness of Christ in his...

More Prompts for Holy Admiration

I loved this outburst of praise in Spurgeon’s evening devotion today: O for a throne of ivory for our King. Let Him be set on high forever, and let my soul sit at His footstool and kiss His feet and wash them with my tears. How precious is Christ! How can it be...

Meditation on Psalm 7

Introduction Psalm 7 finds David in a tsunami of false accusations and slander. Though the specifics elude us, the words, “if there is wrong in my hands (v. 3), suggest allegations of bribery (2 Sam. 15:1–16). It’s this smear campaign that sheds light on David’s...

Three Highlights of the Week

In a world overrun with harsh criticisms and rampant cynicism, I want to double down on my efforts to celebrate every evidence of God’s grace in my life. I want to shine a spotlight on every ounce of encouragement he sends my way. I found three this week. The...

Three Prompts for Holy Admiration

And I heard a voice from heaven like the roar of many waters and like the sound of loud thunder. The voice I heard was like the sound of harpists playing on their harps, and they were singing a new song before the throne and before the four living creatures and before...