Monday, January 03, 2011

A New Series

Dear Readers,

I hope that all the blessings of the Incarnation of Christ are yours as we look back on the close of a year and the beginning of this year 2011.

We have concluded the series “Gleanings from the Pastor’s Perspective” for the FPCJ Blog. I pray that it has been edifying to you and that you have enjoyed reading the posts each week.

In this New Year, it is our plan to continue publishing regularly on the Blog. We will run an expository series on Philippians entitled “Fighting for Joy, Growing in Humility, Knowing Christ and Peace that Passes Understanding.”

As we study through Philippians, we will see how the Apostle Paul encourages his beloved congregation amidst his own imprisonment and their struggles with poverty, persecution, and false teaching. Throughout the letter, Paul faithfully encourages and calls the Philippians – and you and me – to joy because as Christians, as God’s children, we have “solid joys and last treasure that none by Zion’s children know.”

I pray that this series next year will both increase the joy of our salvation and aid you in your growth in grace.

Please continue to check back here regularly and feel free to leave your comments.

Your friend,

Ligon Duncan

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