Are you watchful in your Christian life?
Although watchfulness is not as familiar as spiritual disciplines like meditation, prayer, and fasting, it is just as necessary for a healthy spiritual life. Scripture exhorts all Christians to be watchful, regardless of their station and season in life.
In Watchfulness, Brian Hedges provides a fresh look at the what, why, how, when, and who of watchfulness, drawing principles from Scripture and instruction from believers of the past who have understood this discipline and written about it. Designed for reflection, self-examination, and personal application, with “Examine and Apply” questions at the end of each chapter, this book will chart your course toward greater watchfulness, increased holiness, and deeper communion with the triune God.
Brian G. Hedges is lead pastor of Redeemer Church in Niles, Michigan. He has written a number of books, including With Jesus, Christ All Sufficient, and Christ Formed in You.
“If you love your Bible, if you love the Puritans, and if you love your own soul, then this little book is a banquet awaiting you to come and indulge your spiritual appetite! — Brian Borgman, Pastor of Grace Community Church, Minden, Nevada
“This book is long overdue and desperately needed.” — Todd Friel, Host of Wretched Radio
“Pick this up and start implementing it today.” — Jason M. Garwood, Teaching Pastor of Cross & Crown Church, Northern Virginia
“If you would enjoy Christ more, safeguard your soul with greater effectiveness, and live the faith-filled life more intentionally, devour these pages. It will do your soul good and sow seeds for a life of devotion to Christ.” — Jason Helopoulos, Associate Pastor, University Reformed Church, Lansing, Michigan
“This book will elevate your pursuit of personal holiness as it brings to the forefront of your mind the eternal benefits of watching over your heart and being alert for your enemy.” — Steven J. Lawson, President, OnePassion Ministries, Dallas, Texas
“A small gem of a book…with gospel-driven exhortation and warnings to busy Christians. Timely and necessary.” — Derek W. H. Thomas, Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina; Chancellor’s Professor, Reformed Theological Seminary; and Teaching Fellow, Ligonier Ministries
“Brian Hedges makes the dead speak to us with a fresh voice on a neglected topic for the refreshment of our souls.” — Ryan M. McGraw, Morton H. Smith Professor of Systematic Theology, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary