The current Ossett bookclub read is Martin Luther's commentary on Paul's Epistle to the Galatians.
I hadn't read Luther before and this probably isn't something I would have attempted on my own but it is an amazingly fresh read.
Yes, I'm behind and hoping to catch up but some of this is so clear and helpful.
Verse 4 was especially good, referring to the Lord Jesus:
"Who gave Himself for our sins".
Just a few short extracts:
"Let us learn here of Paul to fully and truly believe that Christ was given, not for feigned sins, nor for small, but for great and huge sins; not for few but for many; not for conquered sins (for no man can overcome the smallest sin to put it away) but for invincible sins."
"He (the Lord Jesus) is no caster-down of the afflicted, but a raiser-up of those that are fallen, a merciful reliever and comforter of the heavy and broken-hearted. Else would Paul lie in saying: "which gave Himself for our sins."
Well worth reading so far-now to catch up!