In an age of instant results and quick fixes, the slow, deliberate labor that a practice of devotion requires is increasingly difficult. While many meditations have been penned to fit fast-paced lives, this unique volume on Philippians was written in order to slow readers, pastors, and small groups down. Combining the work of scholars, artists, poets, and authors, the book walks through the letter in a way that gives space to its mystery, beauty, and unflinching calls to obedience. (Eerdmans)
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