Monthly Archives: January 2014

If Satan Took Over Philadelphia

Michael Horton: What would things look like if Satan really took control of a city? Over a half century ago, Presbyterian minister Donald Grey Barnhouse offered his own scenario in his weekly sermon that was also broadcast nationwide on CBS … Continue reading

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Eternity in Common

Jesus has saved us into a family called the Church. As a new Christian, one does not only gain a new Father, a new Savior, and a new Spirit who dwells within them, but they have gained new brothers and … Continue reading

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Watch and Be Ready

“Keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come. …So you also must be ready, because the Son of Man will come at an hour when you do not expect him.” Matthew 24:42-44 Matthew Henry commenting on … Continue reading

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A Preacher’s Reflections

This last weekend I had the opportunity to preach at Ponderosa Pines Christian Camp in Running Springs, Ca. I had a great time with the leaders and churches up there. As I was driving down the mountain, I had various … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Stop Comparing Your Trials. “How many times have you looked at someone else’s suffering and thought, “How on earth do they keep going? I wouldn’t survive a day in that job, or with those disabilities, or with that many kids!” Then, … Continue reading

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Submit to Ugly

Jonathan Leeman: Truth be told, people are not afraid to submit. They just want to submit to beauty, like the valiant hero who submits himself to rescuing damsels in distress. What’s unexpected about Christianity is that its hero doesn’t risk … Continue reading

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The End of My Highlighter

I just finished reading a fantastic little book called The Person of Christ by Andrew Bonar. Reading it feels like sitting with a man who wants nothing more than for you to see that everything you could ever need or want … Continue reading

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