Whiter Than Snow

Meditations on Sin and Mercy by Paul David Tripp

Reviews from WTSbooks

Whiter than Snow is music for the sinner’s soul. In fifty-two personal, creative, and sometimes poetic devotionals, Paul Tripp responds to Psalm 51 the way a jazz musician improvises on a familiar tune. In making this sweet music, Dr. Tripp makes King David’s confession our own, helping us get honest about our sin and opening our hearts to the mercy of Jesus.”
Philip Graham Ryken, Senior Minister, Tenth Presbyterian Church & WTS Board of Trustees member

“In Whiter than Snow, Paul Tripp brings an artist’s eye to Psalm 51, enabling the rest of us to see the vibrant colors and deeper hues that were there all along. Like a good museum guide, Tripp reveals to us aspects of King David’s greatest poem that we may never have noticed before. These brief meditations will push you to “get real” with your sin, but more importantly they will cause you to soar anew on the wings of God’s amazing grace and mercy. If like me you’ve felt yourself in danger of becoming numb to sin and grace, Whiter than Snow is like a revival between two paper covers. I’m not a big fan of devotionals, but this is one I will not only recommend but will purchase to give to my friends.”
Mark Traphagen, Westminster Bookstore Staff, July 2008

Recommendation

Whiter Than Snow: Meditations on Sin and Mercy is convicting and encouraging, cutting and healing. Paul Tripp delves into the misery of sin and the goodness of grace with insight and inspiration. This book wonderfully blessed me, and I pray for its widest possible reading.”
Daniel L. Akin, President; Professor of Preaching and Theology, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

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