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Tuesday, October 03, 2006

The Error of Absence

I have the privilege of leading a group of men through Alexander Strauch's "Biblical Eldership." On page 21, he quotes D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones:
We have somehow got hold of the idea that error is only that which is outrageously wrong; and we do not seem to understand that the most dangerous person of all is the one who does not emphasize the right things.
Seemed timely. Not as a call out of a particular person, but as a reminder that we need to evaluate things.


  • At 11:41 AM, Blogger Charity said…

    This post puts me in mind of something I read today:

    Grant me never to lose sight of

    the exceeding sinfulness of sin,
    the exceeding righteousness of salvation,
    the exceeding glory of Christ,
    the exceeding beauty of holiness,
    the exceeding wonder of grace.

    It's from a book of Puritan prayers, so I thought you'd like it. :-)

  • At 2:01 PM, Blogger danny2 said…

    you can't go wrong with the puritans, qt.


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