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New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional Hardcover – October 31, 2014
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“We have always resonated with Robert Robinson’s hymn ‘Come Thou Fount,’ especially the line, ‘Prone to wander—Lord, I feel it—prone to leave the God I love.’ We feel the pull daily away from God’s goodness and toward a pursuit of our own, away from God’s gracious acceptance and toward the exhausting, impossible weight of trying to tip the scales in our favor. We are grateful to God that Paul has written this devotional to help, in Robinson’s words, seal our hearts for God’s courts above. If you’re prone to wander, this book is for you.”
—Matt and Lauren Chandler, Lead Pastor, The Village Church, Dallas, Texas; President, Acts 29 Church Planting Network; and his wife Lauren, writer; speaker; singer
“Each day, these devotions offer a gospel-filled story along with a challenge and application for our daily lives. These passages of Scripture paired with hope-filled messages from Paul are a great way to learn more about the message of the gospel and the man Jesus Christ.”
—Perry Noble, Senior Pastor, NewSpring Church, Anderson, South Carolina
“Each morning for years, Paul Tripp has served fresh-brewed wisdom and encouragement through his pithy, thought-provoking tweets, reminding us again and again of the all-sufficiency of Christ and his grace. New Morning Mercies offers more of the same (without the limitation of 140 characters)! These devotional readings will strengthen, nourish, and recalibrate your heart, and open your eyes to behold God’s fresh mercies at the dawn of each new day.”
—Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, author; Radio Host, Revive Our Hearts
“Paul Tripp beautifully blends wisdom that has been gained through years of counseling, insight into the biblical story of redemption, and his strong grasp of Christ as our substitute to produce a series of daily devotions that both warm the heart of the hurting and challenge the complacent. You will find this book to be both deeply rooted in scriptural truths and yet eminently readable. I highly recommend it!”
—Elyse M. Fitzpatrick, counselor; speaker; author, Found in Him
About the Author
Paul David Tripp (DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) is a pastor, author, and international conference speaker. He is also the president of Paul Tripp Ministries, professor of pastoral life and care at Redeemer Seminary, and executive director of the Center for Pastoral Life and Care, under the auspices of the Association of Biblical Counselors. He has written a number of popular books on Christian living, including What Did You Expect?, Dangerous Calling, Sex and Money, and New Morning Mercies. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife Luella and they have four grown children. For more information and resources visit paultrippministries.org.
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Top Customer Reviews
Tripp starts each day's reading with a Twitter-sized Gospel Truth that is easy to remember throughout the day. He reinforces this Truth with a short anecdote, reflection or poem. Finally, he points you to a scripture passage for further study and encouragement. I was surprised not to see the passages printed in the text as I have in many other devotionals, but I've come to like this format better. It allows for less pages in the book, a broader range of scripture lengths for whatever is necessary for that day, and you get to see the passage in the broader context of the Bible which can lead to further study.
I would recommend New Morning Mercies by Paul Tripp to anyone looking for a daily devotional book.
*I was provided an ARC of New Morning Mercies by NetGalley and Crossway in exchange for an honest review
The first step would be to get this devotion and use it. Paul Tripp has done an excellent job in this book by helping christians, young and old, to see how we need the gospel each and everyday. There is one reading every day for the whole day, and everyday as you read each devotion, you begin to see firstly how the bible is real to your life and secondly, you begin to see how the gospel can be applied in your lives.
In this devotion, Tripp does this day in, day out. Sometimes as evangelicals, we may see the gospel very narrowly — as a way to be saved from our sins. Tripp does not repeat such mistakes, instead Tripp shows how in every moment of our lives, we need, desperately need the gospel.
No doubt, for some readers, they might find the mediations too brief. However. the author is not at fault for this, for these readers, they are encouraged to read ‘A Shelter in the Time of Storm’ and ‘Whiter Than Snow’ by the same author who showed deep meditation on specific passages.
One suggestion for future addition would be to include not just scripture index, but also a topic index. This may be one of the resources one would want to refer to in different situations, not having a topic index will not be helpful in this endeavour.
This is a highly recommended devotional since there is far too little devotional material that shows us how to apply all the word of God in all areas of our lives and at the same time reminds us of the goodness of the gospel.
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Disclaimer: I was given this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
So, this book is a bit of a change of pace for him. He does tweet daily a short devotional thought encouraging people in their walk with Christ. He was asked by many of his followers if he would put those tweets on paper, expand on them and publish them. Thus he took up the challenge to write 365 devotions and here they are in New Morning Mercies.
Each day he will encourage you with another thought about the Gospel, Grace, Mercy and God's goodness. With the use of scripture and his deep background in building relationships he will give you excellent thoughts on how to build your relationship with God and how to understand more of God's mercy and grace.
I was highly encouraged by all that I read here. I think that Tripp has given us a good devotional that will become a classic for many Christians as they discover the deep truths hidden within it's pages.
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A friend told me about this book. It is so applicable to every day life and contains so much wisdom from God's word.Published 8 days ago by Ginger Johnson
This is a great, gospel centered devotional book. The devotional for each day is brief and easy-to-read, but packed full of great, theological content. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Rachel R. Powell
One of the best daily devotionals I've ever used and we passed it along to friends and family and they loved it too.Published 12 days ago by Davis
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