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“Redeeming the Time” Part 5

Dated December, 1734 Ephesians 5:16 “Redeeming the time” SECTION V Advice respecting the improvement of time. I shall conclude with advising to three things in particular. First, improve the present time without any delay. If you delay and put off … Continue reading

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“Redeeming the Time” Part 4

Dated December, 1734 Ephesians 5:16 “Redeeming the time” SECTION IV An exhortation to improve time. Consider what hath been said of the preciousness of time, how much depends upon it, how short and uncertain it is, how irrecoverable it will … Continue reading

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Redeeming the Time Part I

During this unique time we have a great opportunity.  The pandemic has upset our normal schedules and caused us to evaluate how to best use our time.  Some of the activities we desire to do have been taken away and … Continue reading

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Reading Better with Richard Baxter

this article was written by Tim Challies on September 23, 2007.  A few days ago I provided some suggestions for reading more and reading better. I recently dug up this valuable advice from the Puritan Richard Baxter. Centuries ago he wrote some advice … Continue reading

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