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Reformation Reading

Want to dig deeper? Periodically Matt suggests further reading during his sermons. Here are the four that he mentioned on Reformation Sunday.      

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The Holiness of God

The Holiness of God by RC Sproul A classic, must-read for every Christian. Get it now.            

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The Hope of Glory

The Hope of Glory by Sam Storms 100 daily devotions to accompany your reading of Colossians. Wonderful.          

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The Deliberate Church

The Deliberate Church by Mark Dever Helpful look at all aspects of church life. If you’re interested in ecclesiology, it’s a good read. You don’t have to agree with everything he says, but you would do well to give it consideration.        

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Rhythms of Grace: How the Church’s Worship Tells the Story of the Gospel

Rhythms of Grace: How the Church’s Worship Tells the Story of the Gospel by Mike Cosper Great look at the story of worship from Genesis to Revelation and how that story affects what the church does when it meets.          

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Give Praise to God: A Vision for Reforming Worship

Give Praise to God: A Vision for Reforming Worship Editors Philip Graham Ryken, Derek Thomas, and Ligon Duncan A compilation of chapters written by multiple excellent authors about different aspects of corporate worship. Read this if you’re really interested in the theology behind what goes on in a church gathering.      

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The Ultimate Priority

The Ultimate Priority by John MacArthur A walk through biblical passages that deal with worship, both private and public. This would be a great book to read to supplement your devotional time in the Word.              

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