Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Saturday Post(s)

What Kind of Blessing? Don’t miss this short one. Kevin DeYoung asks us what kind of blessings are we looking for and warns of following the world’s beatitudes instead of Christ’s. Ladies, Know Your Role. “One of the reasons many wives struggle … Continue reading

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The Most Terrifying Picture in All the Bible

Have you ever met anybody who champions Jesus as the model of perfect love who never gets angry at anything or anyone? You know, a Jesus that is all mercy and no wrath? Martyn Lloyd-Jones reminds us well of one scene … Continue reading

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My One Goal Every Morning

George Mueller (1805–1898) is remembered for his massive ministry to orphans in England over a century ago. John Piper does an excellent biographical sketch of his life here. In listening to his sketch, I will always remember this quote from … Continue reading

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Twelve Reasons to Go to Church

A lot of Christians don’t know quite what to do with the church. Some say they are better off not going to church. Others think the church is an option for Christians if they want. Few would be as bold to … Continue reading

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Two Jews Named Smith & Jones

One of the big lessons Christians grow to learn is the difference between trusting in their performance for God’s approval and resting in the performance of Christ on their behalf for God’s approval. Essentially, it is learning what to put our confidence … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Atheistic Morality. A brilliant display of what atheistic morality naturally looks like. Amy Hall sums it up well, “There is no “just as moral” here; we’re differently moral.” Ferguson Analysis. Justin Taylor offers a helpful look at the Ferguson controversy. “One … Continue reading

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What Our Marriage is Built Upon

Yesterday, my wife and I celebrated our four-year wedding anniversary. For us that has marked 12 years knowing each other, 10 years dating, and 4 years marriage. Each year with her is a gift of which I am growing increasingly … Continue reading

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