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Monday Reads

Monday Reads

'The Wonderful Works of God' by Herman Bavinck

'A Novel Bookstore' a novel by Laurence Cosse Translated from the French by Alison Anderson

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"For His glorification of Himself, too, God does not need the world, for it is not the creature who is independently and self-sufficiently exalting His honor; rather, it is He Himself who by means of the creature or without him glorifies His own name and revels in Himself. God, therefore, never seeks out the creature to find something there that He is lacking. No, the whole world in its length and breadth is for Him a mirror in which He sees His excellencies at play. He always remains resting in Himself as the highest good, and He remains eternally blessed by His own blessedness." Herman Bavinck 'The Wonderful Works of God' pg. 151

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