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It is 1:01 PM Sunday afternoon here in West Michigan. It is a cloudy cold sunny day. It is predicted to snow this week. We might get up to three or four inches of snow. We are told to get back out our snow shovels.

I got up this morning around 6:15 AM. Once again I was up before Carol. So I got up made a pot of coffee and then messed with our main computer. Carol got up around 7 o'clock AM. I wrote in my paper diary and fixed Carol breakfast. We had devotions after breakfast and then Carol left for Covenant PCA. I spent the morning writing in my paper diary, reading from my books and I also made a short video for my Youtube channel.

This morning I read from these two books for morning worship-'The Life of Jesus Christ' Part One Volume 2 Chapters 41-92 by Ludolph of Saxony and 'Looking Unto Jesus' by Isaac Ambrose.

Yesterday I mainly read from these books throughout the day-

'Interpreting Scripture with the Great Tradition Recovering the Genius of Premodern Exegesis' by Craig A. Carter

'A Treatise On True Theology' by Franciscus Junius Translate by David C. Noe Introduced By Willem J. Van Asselt Foreword By Richard A. Muller

'Concise Reformed Dogmatics' by J. van Genderen & W. H. Velema Translated By Gerrit Bilkes & Ed M. van de Maas

'Systematic Theology' by Robert Letham

This afternoon Amazon delivered fours books I had recently ordered for our library-

'God In Himself: Scripture, Metaphysics, and the Task of Christian Theology' [Studies In Christian Doctrine And Scripture] by Steven J. Duby

'Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit' by Matthew Barrett

'Bavinck: A Critical Biography' by James Eglinton

'Contemplating God with the Great Tradition: Recovering Trinitarian Classical Theism" by Craig A. Carter
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