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New Mercies for a New Year
We all need fresh starts from time to time. The reality of our sin-soaked lives requires it. Thankfully, God’s mercy towards us is new each day because of Christ.
In the preface to New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional, author Paul David Tripp says:
One of the stunning realities of the Christian life is that in a world where everything is in some state of decay, God’s mercies never grow old. They never run out. They never are ill timed. They never dry up. They never grow weak. They never get weary. They never fail to meet the need. They never disappoint. They never, ever fail, because they really are new every morning.
A New 15-Day Devotional from Paul Tripp
This free, 15-day devotional adapted from New Morning Mercies: A Daily Devotional by Paul David Tripp will remind you of God’s mercy toward his children—mercy that meets us when our feel-good aphorisms or attempts at “behavior modification” fail us.
To start the devotional via your browser or as a daily email, simply visit esv.org.
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