45/100 Days of Books -Reading Upside Down-

“Without a profound work of grace in the heart, knowledge—the fruit of thinking—puffs up. But with that grace, thinking opens the door of humble knowledge. And that knowledge is the fuel of the fire of love for God and man. If we turn away from serious thinking in our pursuit of God, that fire will eventually go out.” John Piper, Think: The Life of the Mind and the Love of God

Soli Deo Gloria

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