Paul Tripp has composed a bonus chapter to his book on pastoral ministry, Dangerous Calling. In the chapter he outlines eleven practical steps for pastors to pursue to help them have healthy ministries. The tone of the book, and this chapter is fairly urgent and directive, but I think that’s because Tripp is very concerned …

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An excerpt from a post by Paul Tripp at Liberate: The Anger of Grace Let’s be very clear. God’s anger is the anger of grace. It isn’t the violent anger of unbridled and unrighteous fury. God’s anger always works to right what’s wrong. That’s what grace does. This gracious anger has two sides to it: …

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This is from Paul Tripp: When I’m Weary and exhausted You’re not. When I’m Confused and discouraged You’re not. When I’m Fickle and unfaithful You’re not. When I’m Doubtful and disheartened You’re not. When I’m Fearful and anxious You’re not. When I’m Short-sighted and fearful You’re not. When I’m Tired and about to quit You’re …

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