Saturday, December 31, 2011

December 2011 Review

The last month of the year always seems to be a busy time, with the run-up to Christmas and all it entails. This is the 22nd post, although there will be another couple before tonight is finished.

This month has been a bumper month for book reviews, with reviews on The Pastor as Scholar and The Scholar as Pastor by John Piper and Don Carson, Iron Sharpens Iron by Orlando Saer, The Preacher's Portrait by John Stott, God's Executioner by Michael O Siochru, Gospel and Wisdom by Graeme Goldsworthy, The Ulster Crisis by ATQ Stewart, The Christ of Christmas by James Montgomery Boice, The People Next Door by Christopher Ransom, Harry Ferguson by Colin Fraser, and The King is Here by Marcus Loane.

There have been sermons from Luke 1: All Things Are Possible, Mary's Melody of Mercy and Zechariah's Song; Matthew 1, and Lamentations 3.

We thought about Christmas in New York, the comfortable words, and another portion of McFlurry's McLinks.

The picture of the month was snowy Aghavea:

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