Tim Challies challenges us to consider if we can know doctrine, yet fail to love God completely:

Tim Challies, blogger, author, and book reviewer.

Tim Challies, blogger, author, and book reviewer.

“Have you ever considered how books of the Bible would be changed if God had left out their final chapter?

Matthew without chapter 28 would leave us as Christians without a Great Commission. Ruth without chapter 4 would never allow us to marvel that this Moabite woman was the great-grand-mother of the great King David and the great-(many times over)-grandmother of our Savior, the greater King David.

And what if Jonah was a book with three chapters instead of four? A three-chapter Jonah is a powerful story of a man running from God, being transformed by God, obeying God, and witnessing a great and unexpected revival. But Jonah has four chapters, and it is in that final chapter that everything changes…”

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