J. Ligon Duncan III

“If we want to benefit most from our suffering, by prayer and meditation, we will approach our suffering as a good soldier approaches war. What do I mean by that? A good soldier who has trained and trained is not surprised when he fins himself in war! He has been trained for it. Likewise, consider it your Job to be be prepared to suffer. That puts a whole different cast on Sunday morning, doesn't it? You are gathering with God's people Lord's Day after Lord's Day to train as good soldiers of Jesus Christ so that when your time of trial and testing sand suffering comes, you will be ready.”


J. Ligon Duncan III, Does Grace Grow Best in Winter?
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Does Grace Grow Best in Winter? Does Grace Grow Best in Winter? by J. Ligon Duncan III
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