I’ve found that discipline is essential in my life. Though I just started this book, I can see that it’s going to be helpful. There is a difference between legalism and discipline. Legalism focuses on self. Spiritual disciplines concentrate on growing in godliness. Editions for women and teens are also available.
[Disciplines of a Godly Man] is filled with godly advice aimed at helping men grow in the disciplines of prayer, integrity, marriage, leadership, worship, purity, and more.
With biblical wisdom, memorable illustrations, and engaging study questions, this practical guide will empower men to take seriously the call to godliness and direct their energy toward the things that matter most.
My old friend Jonathan Chu recently released an EP that is fantastic. I met Jonathan through Metro Bible Study where he helped lead worship. He’s a great husband, father, and a coffee aficionado. He is a touring violist that plays with passion!
From his site:
Native Memphian, Jonathan Chu, has been a part of the music industry as a touring violinist since 1999. He began his musical journey at the age of three, studying through the Suzuki Method and continuing his performance education later in life through the University of Memphis Rudi E Scheidt School of Music.
Jonathan has toured and recorded with artists such as Todd Agnew, Skillet, Kari Jobe, and Big Daddy Weave. Other artists that he’s worked with are Sister Hazel, Newsong, Jason Morant, Mac Powell, and more!
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A Quote I’m Thinking About
Happiness is a habit — cultivate it.” — Elbert Hubbard
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