Flotsam & Jetsam (1/12)

Giveaway Announcement – My good friend and fellow blogger Nikko is hosting a pretty cool giveaway over at his blog. Go check it out, enter yourself, and spread the word!

The Ant and the Grasshopper, Revised Edition – Okay, I’m sure you’ve all heard this classic fable before. But I doubt you’ve ever heard it told quite like this…

The Joy Of Books – From the Man Against World blog.

January Giveaway: Josiah’s Reformation – This month, Persis is giving away a copy of Richard Sibbes’ book, containing four sermons based on 2 Chronicles 34:26-28: “Sibbes endeavors to teach the reader how a tender heart is wrought, how it may be preserved and maintained, and how it may be discerned from the contrary.”

Refuge In the Justice of God (Pt. 2) – Yet another excellent post from Michael Wright.

Evangelical Exhibitionists – Phil Johnson nails it. And I mean, nails it. This is a must-read article in light of the recent controversy surrounding Driscoll’s latest book; not to mention Ed Young’s shameful theatrics. Reader discretion is strongly advised, due to mature subject matter.

Book Giveaway: Wordsmithy – Want to get your hands on Douglas Wilson’s phenomenal  new writing book? Here’s your chance: Becky Pliego is giving away a copy of it on her blog. Don’t miss it!

Expect Trials to Multiply –  Samuel Hadfield shares an excellent quote from the Prince of Preachers.

“Glory follows afflictions, not as the day follows the night but as the spring follows the winter; for the winter prepares the earth for the spring, so do afflictions sanctified prepare the soul for glory.” – Richard Sibbes

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