What are you reading in December / January?

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What are you reading in December / January?

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1joeyday
Edited: Dec 14, 2010, 3:27 pm

I'm on the last chapter of The Religious Affections and still making my way through David Copperfield and On Baby Wise: Book II (I have a six-month-old). I just started Living for God's Glory. I also plan to start reading the King James Version of the Bible in January in honor of its 400th anniversary next year. My plan is to read the whole KJV inside of the year 2011.

2baron770
Dec 14, 2010, 5:39 pm

Started The Christian's Reasonable Service by Wilhelmus a Brakel.

Also Living for God's Glory by Joel Beeke.
Love those free Kindle books on Monday's.

Just finished Last Light by Terri Blackstock.

3joeyday
Dec 14, 2010, 6:14 pm

baron770: Yeah, that's how I snagged my copy of Living for God's Glory, too. I've also grabbed a handful of Sproul books lately and one from Jerry Bridges. Gotta love it.

4baron770
Dec 14, 2010, 11:11 pm

joeyday: Do you have any recommendations for Kindle books for Bible study? Trying to find Strong concordance on Kindle but no luck. Did find some Greek text to help me learn Greek. Also searched for Sermons by John Calvin only found hardcover books. It sure is easier lugging a Kindle than a bag of books around.

5morryb
Dec 15, 2010, 12:38 am

Recently, I just finished Resources for Deacons. I found it to be very challenging.

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