Links

The “Links”, quotes, and other resources that I provide in the daily devotions and in the links that I provide in the right column should be used with discretion.  I do not necessarily agree with everything in them.  As I stated at the conclusion of the “About Me” page:  “The reader is advised to follow the example set forth in Acts 17:11:  “Now these were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica, for they received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so.”

On the one hand, I do want to provide enough “Links” that will provide a range of good Reformed resources.  On the other hand, I do not want to provide too many “Links” which will diminish the importance of each “Link” due to the total number of “Links”.

From time to time, people ask me to put a link to their web site in my “Links”.  With all due respect and best wishes to others, I cannot maintain the specific focus of my web site by being too general so as to include a link to every Christian web site.  In addition, other web sites (to which I have “Links”) will also provide other links to the reader without the need for me to duplicate herein all those links.

Most of my links are to Scripture, Reformed Creeds, and Reformed publications and other Reformed resources.  My daily devotions show this emphasis of Scripture and Reformed Creeds.  I also provide some “Links”, because they may do a good job of featuring current religious news or new books.  With all the links, I include them to help the reader quickly access Reformed Doctrine resources, particular those “Links” that I use the most.

As you can see, many of the links contain resources from the Protestant Reformed Churches.  Their faithfulness in teaching Reformed Doctrine, especially the Reformed Creeds (Canons of Dordt, Belgic Confession, and Heidelberg Catechism), deserve praise, encouragement, and  special consideration of their resources.

Before clicking on the link, if you first want to know a very brief description of the content of the link, you can just rest the cursor above each link, without clicking it, and a description of the link will “pop up”.  Then, if you want to go to the site, you can click on the link.

There are also 9 tags at the top of the page that you can check out.  The “Gold Mining” tag is one of my favorite tags with 52 letters (that are a little more personal than the daily devotions) that I wrote to my best friend in the 1990’s.

After checking out the tags at top or the links, if you want to go back to the daily devotions, then you can click on the link “Home Page” in the right “Links” column.  Thank you.

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