Devotional for the New Year: The Good News We Almost Forgot

December 31, 2014

Good News

For anyone looking for a good devotional book to use in the new year, whether for personal or family, I would recommend Kevin DeYoung‘s The Good News We Almost Forgot.  Insightfully written, this book follows the pattern of the Heidelberg Catechism, quite possibly the most devotional of all historic catechisms.  As the Heidelberg has been broken into 52 units by the Dutch church, one for each Lord’s Day of the year, so DeYoung has penned 52 short, two to three page, chapters, each digging into the truths of the respective catechism questions for that week, and then winsomely applying the truths to day to day life.  This book helps the readers go deeper while at the same time broadening the scope of the historic faith.

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