Martin Lloyd-Jones on Family Worship
If you love your children; if you would bring down the blessing of heaven upon your families; if you would have your children make their houses the receptacles of religion when they set up in life for themselves; if you would have religion survive in this place, and be conveyed from age to age; if you would deliver your own souls—I beseech, I entreat, I charge you to begin and continue the worship of God in your families from this day to the close of your lives… Consider family religion not merely as a duty imposed by authority, but as your greatest privilege granted by divine grace.
From Donald Whitney’s book Family Worship
HT: The Resurgence
In Other News
Parenting: My wife was interviewed on the How to Be Awesome podcast. The subject? How to be an awesome mom.
Writing: Tim Challies shares about latest writing projects, including The Next Story (coming in 2011 from Zondervan)
Pastors: Piper’s desire for his church during his sabbatical:
In Case You Missed It
Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:
A review of Anne Bradstreet by D. B. Kellogg
Sermon audio: Be Heavenly-minded
Spurgeon encourages us to see Jesus as our greatest object of astonishment