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Favorites from T4G- Day 2

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Day two of Together for the Gospel was "kids" day as Matt Chandler said. The messages on the Bible from Kevin DeYoung and prayer from David Platt were some of the best I've heard on the subjects, and I've heard a lot of sermons in those areas. Matt Chandler finished up the day encouraging us to take all we've heard and go to the nations with it. To be honest about yesterday, these quotes don't do the messages justice. They were life changing words from God and I would highly recommend listening to them on T4G.org when they become available. On this, the final day of the conference, there is still a ton to take in. To say we have a few heavy hitters left on day three would be an understatement with John Piper, Lig Duncan, and John MacArthur on the schedule. But I don't want to get ahead of myself. Without further adieu, here are some of my favorite quotes & paraphrases from the day:

Kevin DeYoung on The Inerrency and Sufficiency of Scripture
"We ha…

Favorites from T4G- Day 1

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Together for the Gospel 2014 is here at last. This is the third time I've had the privilege of attending, and it has been amazing. From the fellowship to the teaching to the times of worship, it's been a foretaste of heaven with believers from dozens of denominations gathering together, centered around the truths of the gospel (to read the articles of faith for T4G click here). If you aren't able to be here you can watch the sessions streamed live throughout the day by clicking here. If you have time, I highly recommend tuning in.

At events like these I'm tempted to tweet just about every other line from these amazing pastors, but rather than bog down the twitter feed or try to keep up, I'll share a few of my favorites quotes of the day with a bit of their context right here. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy a few snippets.

On day one we heard from Mark Dever, Thabiti Anyabwile, and Al Mohler as well as a Pre-Conference from the Council for Biblical Manhood and Woman…