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Jeremiah Burroughs: "Your mercies are more than your afflictions."

“Let your afflictions be what they will, there is not one of you, but has more mercies than afflictions. Objection. You will say, ‘Yes, but you do not know what our afflictions are such as you do not conceive of, because you do not feel them.’

Answer. Though I cannot know what your afflictions are, […]

Blue Letter Bible Institute

Did you know that Blue Letter Bible has a learning institute?

Many BLB users are unaware that thousands of people take classes through The Blue Letter Bible Institute (BLBi) to learn about biblical studies, apologetics, and doctrines of the Christian faith.

There are a number of courses available, including: Christology, The Attributes of God, […]

Spurgeon on the deadly foe of SIN

From a sermon on Deuteronomy 7:20—

Courage, courage! He has not brought you out of Egypt that you may be destroyed. What would the heathen say concerning your God, if after all you should fall and perish? You shall win the day, you shall have every inch of the promised land, only […]

Tempted and Tried

This book looks great.


Here is an excerpt from the author:

I don’t know what’s wrong with you.

Maybe you tear up when you think about the words you screamed at your kids this morning. Maybe you’ve deleted the history cache of your computer this week, again, promising yourself that […]

Faithful to the End: Andrew, embracing the cross of Jesus

This post is part of an ongoing series, highlighting the martyrdom of the apostles, deacons, and missionaries of the first century church.

“Blessed are you when they revile and persecute you, and say all kinds of evil against you falsely for My sake. Rejoice and be exceedingly glad, for great is your reward in […]

"Let us hear the death-cries of Jesus"

On this day, the day after Good Friday and before Resurrection Sunday, I am reminded of a particular devotional from Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening:

“Rend your heart, and not your garments.” Joel 2:13

Garment-rending and other outward signs of religious emotion, are easily manifested and are frequently hypocritical; but to feel true repentance […]

Lord Jesus, Comfort Me

Below is an amazing hymn by Matthew Smith of Indelible Grace titled, Lord Jesus, Comfort Me. May God use it to encourage you to see more of the greatness of Christ.

And when the sixth hour had come, there was darkness over the whole land until the ninth hour. And at the ninth hour Jesus […]

Blue Letter Links [Easter Edition]

For this week’s website link roundup, we wanted to highlight a few helpful articles on the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

While the links below are helpful, the most fruitful thing we could possibly do to meditate on these biblical events is to (yes, you guessed it) read the Bible itself. […]

Good Friday: a prayer

O LORD, my God and Savior –

Mockery was a great ingredient to your woes. Judas mocked You in the Garden; the chief priests and scribes laughed you to scorn; Herod set you at nought; the servants and the soldiers jeered and harassed you with brutal insults; Pilate and his guards ridiculed Your royalty, […]

FREE Resources: Passion Week

This weekend marks the celebration of two days that are extremely monumental to the Christian faith: Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday. If you’re looking for a few great study resources on either of these Christian holidays, you’ll want to check these out this week:

Passover and Resurrection Celebration page at Blue Letter Bible […]