Results tagged “Jeremy Walker” from Reformation21 Blog

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When storms come (and they will), where are you anchored? Do you toss to and fro by the waves, or does your anchor hold? 
Salvation is anchored in grace, rooted in God's favor toward us in his Son, the Lord Christ. reformation21 contributor Jeremy Walker's new book, Anchored in Grace: Fixed Points for Humble Faith, is a celebration of these exceeding riches of God's grace toward sinners in Christ Jesus.

These are realities with which Christians need to be thoroughly acquainted. They are paths to walk so that we do not miss our way to heaven, nor fail to honor the Lord God along the way. They are central truths, humbling truths, saving truths, and comforting truths. Not least, they are God-glorifying truths, for the great end of our salvation is the praise of the glory of God's grace. When God saves sinners, it reveals His wisdom and power, His love and compassion, His justice and truth, as nothing else. In Christ crucified, we are given insights into the gracious heart of God Almighty that can be found nowhere else. There His majesty, might, and mercy are on display, and there we find life everlasting.

When our faith is anchored in this grace, holiness and happiness take root in our hearts. Here sinners are liberated from condemnation, dread, and wrath. Here Christians are relieved of fear, confusion, and pride. Here we may find peace, certainty, purpose, joy, and hope.

Anchored in Grace provides a brief survey of the grace of God in Christ revealed in the Scriptures, tracing the arc of his saving dealings with lost men and women. It is by no means exhaustive, but rather sets out some of the fixed points in which humble faith can rest so as to exalt and enjoy God in all his saving kindnesses in his Son.
"A sure-footed journey through the doctrines of grace - foundational truths for godliness and discipleship - by a trusted guide. Reading this book will both thrill and convict, challenge and confirm. Essential reading for discipleship groups, Adult Sunday School classes, and individuals determined to grow in grace. Warmly recommended."
--Derek W. H. Thomas; Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia SC; The Robert Strong Professor of Systematic and Pastoral Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Atlanta
The drawing for Anchored in Grace is now closed, thank you for your participation!

Winners
Sylvia H., Mesa, AZ
Corey S., Mauldin, SC
Persis L., Hampton, VA
Todd G., Morris, CT
Jared C., Frederick, MD
Charles C., Selma, OR
Aaron W., Normal, IL
Breton P., North Cape May, NJ
Debi M., Southfield, MI
Zach B., Knoxville, TN

The Walker Awards

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I do not normally get involved in the banter of those who write for Reformation 21, but I believe this response is most urgent in light of the previous two posts. Both Mr. Paul Levy and Mr. Jeremy Walker questioned the degree to which my dapper appearance far outweighs Mr. Bruce Baugus and most definitely Mr. Rick Phillips. By the way, the monk suggestion did nothing for Walker's case. While he prances around in his Halloween costume, I have been recognized in Germany for hundreds of years. Yes, I am the true monk, comparatively, and though I am over 400 years old, I have maintained my gracious and glorious appearance, which none at ref21 can top. And in case you are wondering, yes, Luther was a man of color. The sun does shine in Germany. For the sake of anonymity, however, I changed my last name to Brown. Reformed people too easily flock to super stars. We have probably heard that somewhere.

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