New Morning Mercies by Paul David Tripp

New Morning Mercies

365 Gospel-Centered Devotions for the Whole YearMornings can be tough. Sometimes, a hearty breakfast and strong cup of coffee just aren't enough. Offering more than a rush of caffeine, best-selling author Paul David Tripp wants to energize you with the most potent encouragement imaginable: the gospel.Forget -behavior modification- or feel-good aphorisms. Tripp knows that what we really need is an encounter with the living God. Then we'll be prepa...

Details New Morning Mercies

TitleNew Morning Mercies
Release DateOct 31st, 2014
PublisherCrossway Books
Number of pages384 pages
GenreChristian, Nonfiction, Religion, Christianity, Theology

Reviews New Morning Mercies

  • Jeanie
    If there is a devotion to get, it is New Morning Mercies by Paul David Tripp. It takes a special gift to communicate the deep things of God in a simplistic way and that is why I subscribe to his blog and read his books. He is a great communicator of the truth.New Morning Mercies is the mercies we find in our relationship with God when we empty ourselves and pursue the truth. Each day starts with scripture and ends with a commentary. Each day you ...
  • Jim Becker
    This is the third time I have read this book. It is very good. Every day I read a short devotional on grace. That's it. Grace, grace, and more grace. This is probably the only book I would recommend people to buy lots of copies of and give them away. Really.
  • Erin Moore
    This is a great, gospel centered devotional. My rating is simply based on comparison to my favorite devotionals. This is a good one, but I would still have a few others I would recommend before this one (namely Spurgeon's Morning and Evening).
  • Kim Levell
    I look forward to reading this every single morning. Probably my favorite daily devotional to date. Highly recommend
  • Mike Chitwood
    Devotionals can be a dime a dozen. The way they are laid out is almost as predictable as a crime show procedural. Readers know there will be an entry for each day and that the entry will not be very long. Usually there is a scripture to accompany the devotional and after each one is read a reader moves onto the next day. As a result, it is tough to add something new to the genre, but Paul Tripp does this with his yearly devotional, "New Morning M...
  • Jonathan
    Among the first things I do most mornings is look for the gospel trifecta of tweets from Paul Tripp. There is not much twitter activity to the former pastor, author, counselor, marriage seminar guru, but each day there are three quick reminders of the goodness of grace that is Jesus.Tripp has gone beyond the tweets and provided a wonderful devotional resource in his latest book New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional. Crossway offered a fr...
  • Ho Christopher
    Are you reminded of your need for the gospel everyday? Frankly, for most of us, the answer is we’re not. This amnesia of ours is so bad even after we know the importance of the gospel, we somehow forget all about it again. So what can we do about it?The first step would be to get this devotion and use it. Paul Tripp has done an excellent job in this book by helping christians, young and old, to see how we need the gospel each and everyday. Ther...
  • Ian
    On every page of this 365-day devotional Tripp reminds us of our need for God's grace every day. Covering such topics as sin, corporate worship, spiritual warfare and repentance, to name just a few, Tripp's words encourages us to set our minds on Jesus and the grace His life offers us.Each day's devotional starts with a short soundbite that introduces the day's theme or topic. Tripp then explores it via a personal reflection using Scripture to st...
  • Jill Robinson
    I've been reading this nearly daily since July. Great devotional.
  • Becca
    Great gospel centered devotional. For my full review, please click here. *I recieved an advanced copy of this in ebook form from in exchange for an honest review.*
  • Lara Lleverino
    This is an EXCELLENTLY morning devotional. Could replace Streams in the Desert, My Utmost for his Highest and Jesus Calling all in one swoop!
  • Nicole
    I'm an Oswald Chambers girl, but my husband encouraged me to try this devotional. It's simply beautiful. I loved it and looked forward to it every morning. Very highly recommended!
  • Suzie
    I loved this and am planning to start all over again.
  • Dave Adams
    Best devotional that I've ever seen in terms of reminding me every day of the gospel. I need it! It's also now available in Spanish!!! Nuevas Misericordias Cada Mañana.
  • Jane
    This is the best devotional I've yet to read. Each day's read is brief enough to be accommodating to my lifestyle as a busy mom, yet still packed full of truth and thought-provoking content. Every day it felt like exactly what I needed to read because it's all straight from the Bible, the Living Word. He does share personal thoughts and challenges, but it's not a book filled with himself. It's straight Bible application. And each day has scriptur...
  • Tom
    I am generally not a big fan of devotionals, but the last few years I am getting more out of them. This one by Paul David Tripp was really great. God used this book to meet me right where I was on certain days. Other times, quite frequently actually, the daily reading would be in line with what I was journaling or would add clarity to situations in life that I am addressing. I strongly recommend this daily devotional. As I consider which devotion...
  • Karri
    Okay, so I am technically not finished with this one yet. But I've made it 346 days in and I feel pretty confident giving it a rating and since most folks want to have an annual devotional in their hands by Jan. 1 it made sense to jump the gun a bit. This is one of the best devotions I've ever worked through. It pushed me and challenged me in ways I wasn't always comfortable with, but it deepened my daily focus on God. Highly recommend this one.
  • Kathy
    I found this book to be both convicting and encouraging. It seemed rather repetitive at times, but I decided this is a good thing because I need to hear things repeatedly before they sink in!
  • Tim Casteel
    Paul Tripp’s daily devotional - often very good. And always short. Great to have Paul Tripp preaching to you throughout the year.
  • Guan
    Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail.They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.— Lamentations 3:22-23This book of devotionals from Paul Tripp takes its title from the famous verses above, verses which are a note of grace amidst a biblical book that is filled with sorrow, judgment and lament.Fitting then, that New Morning Mercies also sounds a resounding note of grace, amidst the som...
  • Shelly
    I am making my way through this devotional now. I can honestly say, to date, I have not found a devotional book that has spoken so deeply to my heart. Tripp is a master at communicating, especially about the issues of the heart. The scriptures he references are extremely important as they are used to give biblical proof for his counsel, they also give me fresh eyes to see the text that I have read many times before.
  • Katy Sammons
    My favorite devotional book. Gospel-centered with grace and hope for every day. Highly recommended!
  • Jon
    New Morning Mercies is the first daily devotional book I've read that I can recommend. Most devotional books I've read are lightweight with sappy inspirational stories that do little more than make you smile (or gag) and forget what you read for the rest of the day. Paul Tripp's pastoral tone humbly reminds you of your need for grace and mercy, while giving you the hope that God grants that grace and mercy to you every day.Tripp starts each day's...
  • Dan Curnutt
    Most of us are use to picking up a Paul Davis Tripp book because we have a counseling question or a desire to learn more about how to build our relationships with people. He is a good counselor, an excellent writer and a trusted source for background material and educating us.So, this book is a bit of a change of pace for him. He does tweet daily a short devotional thought encouraging people in their walk with Christ. He was asked by many of his ...
  • Abby Tamkin
    I'm giving up on this. There is certainly good truth in the book, but the style is not for me. I recommend Keller's Songs of Jesus instead. 1) I'm not usually into daily devotionals, so I've started out with cynical. 2) I think that the tiny space in which each devotional has to fit precludes a good, developed argument. 3) The premise of the book, starting with pithy tweets and turning them into developed, page long devotionals, seems ripe for a ...
  • Michael Strong
    Awesome devotional book. This is a daily devo series focused on the glory and grace of God. It is very practical and a great supplement to your personal Bible study or great for helping someone who is struggling to get started studying the Word at all. Each devotion is a single page. He starts with a quote (basically a summary of doctrine from the lesson) to cause you to think, an explanation of the thought that incorporates Scripture, and a reco...
  • Betsy
    This is a daily devotional (365 day) so obviously, I will not have completed it till December 31. However, I wanted to write my review early because I want you to go out and buy (or online order) this book before January 1st and I wanted to give all of you devotional readers time to do that. Please get this book. It is the very best daily devotional I have ever used. It goes much deeper than most inspirational or Bible study books I've used. This...
  • Jeff
    I can't say in a few sentences what it took me a whole year to read (it's a devotional with daily readings), but I really feel like this book was helpful to me this year. It helped to get me reading the Bible and I was shown some things that I had forgotten. Important spiritual things. Paul Tripp offers good reminders of the grace that God gives us through the ordinary things in our lives. In this book he reminded me of some of the things I have ...
  • Alexander
    Best Daily Devotional I've ReadThis is, hands down, the best daily devotional I've read (not that I've read many). This book is biblical and deeply thought-provoking and I'm hopeful I can find an equally challenging devotional to start the new year...or I'll just start this one over again!
  • Tamara
    I really enjoyed this devotional. Some days challenged me more than others (to be expected) and I got a little irritated by his style of asking a long stream of questions about the same topic before saying what the topic was, but overall it was excellent. Thought provoking, encouraging, and challenging.