Jonah and the God of Grace

I can't recall how many times I've sat down to study the book of Jonah, but I am confident of this: each time I read through those 48 captivating verses of narrative, the Lord grips my heart, exposes my rebellion, and draws me closer to his presence of mercy and forgiveness. I want you to walk with me, verse-by-verse, through the story of Jonah. I've broken the book up into 8 brief video lessons, and I've also created a Discussion Guide to help make this study as relevant as possible in your... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Monday, May 2, 2016
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Two Things Every Human Being Searches For

This post is sponsored by Crossway. Why do families fight and break apart? Why do corporations steal and cheat? Why do we struggle with arrogance and anger? Why are we elated one moment and depressed the next? Why do nations threaten to go to war? Why are others committed to peace or neutrality? Why do societies campaign for liberty, equality, and justice? Why are certain individuals devout, courageous with their faith, and zealous for evangelism? Why are others indifferent or... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Monday, April 4, 2016
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Don't Wait Until Next Easter

I live in downtown Philadelphia, and when the Phillies won the World Series in 2008, the celebration was unlike anything I've ever experienced. Tens of thousands of people spilled into the streets late at night to celebrate the victory. Total strangers became best friends for hours as the city rejoiced in unison. A few days later, I walked down the very same street. It was different, shockingly different. I felt let down; to be honest, the drastic change was depressing for me. I wanted to see... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Tuesday, March 29, 2016
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A Horribly Beautiful Friday

At the center of a biblical worldview is this radical recognition: the most horrible thing that ever happened was the most beautiful thing to ever happen. As we reflect on Good Friday, we turn our somber attention to the bloody cross of the Lord Jesus Christ. Could it be possible for something to happen that was more terrible than this? Could any injustice be greater? Could any loss be more painful? Could any suffering be worse? The only man who ever lived a life that was perfect in every... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Friday, March 25, 2016
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Paul Tripp Health Update

March 17, 2016 I haven't given a health update in a while; below is the latest. Please pray for my surgery on March 28, and if you would like to support my ministry, you can become a ConnectPartner. June 25, 2015 I experienced a setback in my health after some complications with surgery, but I'm still enthusiastic about the future. God bless. February 21, 2015 Here's another update on my physical and spiritual condition. Thanks for your continued support. God bless. ... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Thursday, March 17, 2016
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A Zealous Theologian

This Article is taken from my new series, "Stories of Faith" - available exlcusively to those who sign up for Paul Tripp Plus. For only $4.95 a month, you can unlock access to my six new teaching series, both online and on-the-go with the Paul Tripp Plus app for iOS and Android devices. SIGN UP NOW! You probably won't know this man, but generations have been influenced by his story. Dr. Robert Knight Rudolph (1906 - 1986) died before the age of the Internet. He didn't have a... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Thursday, March 3, 2016
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23 Things That Love Is

Every year around Valentine's Day I post a list of of definitions of what love is - 23 definitions, to be exact. Since you and I have the tendency to be distracted and forgetful, here's the list again. This list is excerpted from my book on marriage, What Did You Expect? WHAT IS LOVE? LOVE IS... being willing to have your life complicated by the needs and struggles of others without impatience or anger. LOVE IS... actively fighting the temptation to be critical and... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Monday, February 15, 2016
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Hungry For Love

I live in the city of Philadelphia, and one day I was eating at the Reading Terminal Market, a great American food emporium. Walking up and down the aisles debating over what I would enjoy most, I realized that I shared something in common with everyone else: we were all searching for something to satisfy the cravings of our stomach. Besides our hunger, though, the crowd didn't share many similarities. We came from a variety of ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. We had different... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Friday, February 12, 2016
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The Invitation To Love

Love. What is it? A quick Google search will produce several billion answers. Billion - with a B. Yet if you were to read through just a few of those websites, you would end up massively confused about this thing called love. It's an inexhaustible topic, love. Philosophers, musicians, poets, authors, and playwrights have tried to defined it for centuries, but each generation, unsatisfied with the answer, chases after love once again. With Valentine's Day right around the corner, I... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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5 Most Popular Posts of 2015

2015 has been a tough year for me, my family, and for my ministry, but despite the multiple surgeries and hospital visits, God has graciously allowed me to continue to write. By that same grace, saw more visitors in 2015 than any other year! Here were the 5 most popular posts from last year: 1. 23 Things That Love Is Here's a gospel-centered reminder about how to love, and you don't have to be romantically in love to find this list practical. Every healthy relationship... Read More
Posted by Benjamin Fallon at Monday, January 4, 2016
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