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On April of 2011, I hosted a wonderful series entitles Doctrines in the Kitchen, in which many of my dear friends shared how different doctrines from the Bible had made an impact on their lives.You can find on this page the "index" to all the different posts, as well as a list of recommended resources to enrich your personal Bible study.

I pray you will find it helpful!

Under His sun and by His grace,


Designed by Jules

"Let us remember that HUMILITY and LOVE are
the necessary fruits of our doctrines,
the highest beauty of our character, and
the guardian angels of our churches!"
John Angell James (1822)


Dig in Deeper:

ESV Study Bible (hard cover)

ESV Study Bible for Kindle

ESV Reformation Study Bible

ESV MacArthur Study Bible for Kindle

Let the Reader Understand, a Guide to Interpreting and Applying the Bible  by McCartney and Clayton

Intro to Reformed Theology (only available for Kindle)

And if you just can't wait until the end of the month to start digging deep into the Word, Justin Taylor gives us a link to a great collection of "free, concise essays online from the ESV Bible in a 10-page PDF" to get started!

Christian Beliefs: Twenty Basics Every Christian Should Know. Grudem Wayne & Grudem Elliot (editors)

Systematic Theology by R.L. Dabney




The Roots and Stem of My Life (Grateful for the Doctrines of God) by Becky

My Eyes were Lifted Up by Diane Lovegrove (On the Doctrine of Christ)

Bread of Angels by Elizabeth DeBarros (On Hospitality)

Doctrine is to be Believed and Lived (a post by Becky)

The Love of God by Diane Bucknell   Did you know that Diane is hosting a special giveaway? The drawing from the hat will be next Friday, April 15... go and leave a comment to enter her drawing! (click hereOur Winner was Diana Lovegrove!

The Light of Biblical Truth by Teresa Cassle

Dig in Deeper:

The Attributes of God by A.W. Pink

Our God by Octavius Winslow

Knowing God by J.I. Packer

Making Sense of Who God Is by Wayne Grudem

Classic Teachings on the Nature of God by R.C. Sproul

The Glory of Christ by John Owen

Our Sufficiency in Christ by John F. MacArthur

The Christian Life: A Doctrinal Introduction by Sinclair B. Ferguson

Putting Jesus in His Place: The Case for the Deity of Christ by Bowman Jr. and Komoszewski

Because the best way to learn how to be hospitable is by practicing it; Elizabeth has recommended a great "hands-on" resource, one of her favorite cookbooks: Silver Palate Cookbook 25th Ed.

The Hospitality Commands by Alexander Strauch

The Good News We Almost Forgot; Rediscovering the Gospel in a 16th Century Catechism by Kevin DeYoung

The Westminster Shorter Catechism by Williamson

The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God by D.A. Carson

The Gospel According to Hosea: Love Divine and Unfailing by Barret

Tearing Down Strongholds: And Defending the Truth by R.C. Sproul Jr.

Practical Religion by J.C Ryle




The Lord's Day, a Prayer from the Valley of Vision, The Flame of my Life is to Worship You

A Way Out of Sin  (on the doctrine of The Mortification of Sin -Sanctification-)

Why I Love the Doctrines of Grace by Christina Langella   Christina is hosting a special giveaway of a must read (specially if you are not familiar with the Doctrines of Grace) We will be announcing the winner next Tuesday, April 19 (enter you name on her original post -click here-)

On the Doctrine of Imputation by Persis

Seek God, Not Joy by Elizabeth Prentiss

In This I Rest by Lisa Spence  (On the Doctrine of the Sovereignty of God)

Children in the Kitchen: Teaching Doctrine to the Littles by Trisha Poff

Dig in Deeper:

The Secret Key to Heaven: The Vital Importance of Private Prayer by Puritan author Thomas Brooks

The Mortification of Sin by John Owens

Christ Our Sanctification, edited by John Hendryx (only ebook format available)

The Doctrines of Grace: Rediscovering the Evangelical Gospel by Boice and Ryken

Putting Amazing Back into Grace by Horton (2nd Ed)

The Sovereignty of God by Pink

Living for God's Glory and Introduction to Calvinism by Joel R. Beeke

You can read a great summary on what Imputation is over at Rebecca-Writes (click here)

A Quest for Godliness: The Puritan Vision of the Christian Life by J.I. Packer

A Place for Weakness: Preparing Yourself for Suffering by Horton

Spiritual Parenting by Spurgeon




The Safe Place by Elizabeth Prentiss

On Total Depravity: The Place to Start by Becky  

Why I Call Him Savior: On the Doctrine of Limited Atonement by Everyday Mommy.

The Author of Hope by Elle who blogs at A Complete Thought

A Guide to Bible Study (Borrowed words: Harvey Newcomb)

God's Providence in Life by Nancy Wilson

Learning to Count Trials a Joy by Kim Shay

Dig in Deeper:

The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson

By Grace Alone: How the Grace of God Amazes Me by Sinclair B. Ferguson

Too Good to Be True: Finding Hope in a World of Hype by Michael Horton

Heading for Heaven by J.C. Ryle

Dig Deeper: Tools for Understanding God's Word by Beynon and Sach

Bible Study: Following the Ways of the Word by Nielson  (read a review at  Anne's blog or at The Upward Call blog)

The Mystery of Providence by John Flavel

All Things for Good by Thomas Watson

Help for Distressed Parents by Puritan author, Cotton Mather




The Resurrection of our Lord

Eternal Security by Staci Eastin 

His Saving Grace by Norma 

The Doctrine of the Church by Leslie Wiggins

And We Are Raised with Him by Rebecca Stark

Respecting Our Husband by Eileen Lawyer

Wrapping Up the Series: Doctrines in the Kitchen by Becky

Dig in Deeper:

The Christ of the Empty Tomb by Montgomery Boice 

Raise with Christ: How the Resurrection Changes Everything by Warnock (available as an ebook too)

Can I be sure I'm Saved? by R.C. Sproul

Making Sense of the Church by Wayne Grudem

Living the Resurrection by Peterson


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"It becomes us to spend this life only as a journey toward heaven... to which we should subordinate all other concerns of life. Why should we labor for or set our hearts on anything else, but that which is our proper end and true happiness?"

Jonathan Edwards

"I am still pondering God's greatness in His creation. I have so many questions that I would like to ask the Lord about the universe, creation, the fall of man... But when I'm in heaven, I wonder if I will even remember them. At that time, being in the presence of God will be enough. I'm thankful that I can look forward to that day."


“Heaven is not here, it’s There. If we were given all we wanted here, our hearts would settle for this world rather than the next. God is forever luring us up and away from this one, wooing us to Himself and His still invisible Kingdom, where we will certainly find what we so keenly long for.”

- Elisabeth Elliot, Keep a Quiet Heart

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