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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 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; Bible teacher; host, Revive Our Hearts
"Over the last year, New Morning Mercies has been a great source of life to me. Paul's writing encourages those who have grown weary of the struggle, living under the weight of the world."
—TobyMac, hip hop recording artist; music producer; songwriter
“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 Fitzpatrick, author, Home: How Heaven and the New Earth Satisfy Our Deepest Longings and Because He Loves Me: How Christ Transforms Our Daily Life
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. He has written a number of popular books on Christian living, including What Did You Expect?, Dangerous Calling, Parenting, 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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Note: the good news of Jesus is for sinners (those who have not yet believed) in need of grace and the good news of Jesus is for those who have already believed (sinners saved by grace). You will enjoy every morning when you experience New Morning Mercies.
This is a devotional book that does not collect dust on your bookshelf. It's a "pick-up-and-read" daily book with a power-packed message each day, for 365 days. I am amazed how spot-on these messages are. They're not long to read but the words linger throughout the day.
It's similar to Oswald Chambers "My Utmost For His Highest" with convincing words- for both a new Christian and a mature Christian. It's different in the absence of the actual Scripture verse, perhaps intentionally, so the reader is not struggling with Bible translations. Instead of writing out the verse, the reader will use a Bible alongside the devotional and look up references. I found it helpful to use an electronic Bible for this purpose.
I've enjoyed this devotional so much it's one of my 10 Favorite Books of the Year. Now I have a Kindle version so I can carry the devotional when I travel, a PDF version from my book review, and a hardcover to give as a gift. Yes- I do enjoy this book!
• I must always remember the grace I am given and extend that grace to the people in my life.
• In every situation, location, and relationship in our lives there is a war for control of our hearts.
• The grand delusion of every act of sin is that we can be disloyal to God and everything will work out in the end.
Disclosures: I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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The length is perfect. The setup is a short tweet (around 140 characters), a page where Tripp expands on that tweet, and a passage of Scripture to study and meditate on. I love the tweets at the beginning. They are the thesis and takeaway. I write one on a notecard each morning and look at it throughout the rest of the day. I've already bought 3 copies as Christmas gifts for others. If there is one devotion to go through this year, it's this one!
Paul Tripp recognizes a lot of moments in our lives that constantly need attention, correction, and discipline. He focused on the little moments we will have on a regular basis and then reminds us to focus on the one who purchased us, because without Christ, little moments can turn into mountainous problems.
If there is one book i suggest you take 3 minutes every morning to read it's this one.