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New from popular author and speaker Paul David Tripp, this series of short devotionals encourages Christians to experience the life-giving message of the gospel every day. Each book contains 40 daily readings curated from the best-selling devotional New Morning Mercies and is focused on a particular theme essential to the Christian life. Short enough to read in 5 minutes o ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published October 6th 2020 by Crossway Books (first published October 2020)
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Stefanie Sugia
"Faith is much more than a one-time decision; it is a lifestyle lived with the presence, promises, and call of God always in view."
The first time I read a book by Paul David Tripp was last year, with the title Awe: Why It Matters for Everything We Think, Say, and Do, and I really enjoyed it. It gave me a lot of new perspectives and I really liked his writing style. That's why I decided to read this book, especially since we're nearing the end of the year and it's almost Christmas time, I tho
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New Morning Mercies has been a Paul David Tripp classic since it was first published in 2014. In his inimitable style, Tripp leads readers in short, easily-digested devotionals that are meant simply to refocus readers on the Gospel by confronting and comforting them with the truths of Scripture. This devotional actually came out of a daily habit of Tripp’s, which was posting three tweet-length (140 characters at the time) meditations per day. That concept expanded into a year-long daily devotion ...more
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Paul was born in Toledo, Ohio to Bob and Fae Tripp on November 12, 1950. Paul spent all of his growing years in Toledo until his college years when his parents moved to Southern California.
At Columbia Bible College from 1968-1972, (now Columbia International University) Paul majored in Bible and Christian Education. Although he had planned to be there for only two years and then to study journalis

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