Monthly Archives: November 2014

The Saturday Post(s)

No, You Are Not Running Late. You Are Rude & Inconsiderate. Some great thoughts relating to those who are constantly late to things and those who are constantly judging them for it. Asking Forgiveness from a Prostitute. “It seems obvious, but I … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Battle Plan. An excellent help to the necessary work of killing sin. Don’t miss this. Why Time Management is More Difficult Today Than Before. “Time Management is so much more difficult in our current knowledge economy era than in the past … Continue reading

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Preach to Yourself

And now for one of the most helpful pieces of counsel I have ever received. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones: The main trouble in this whole matter of spiritual depression in a sense is this, that we allow our self to talk … Continue reading

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Six Truths About Sickness

I write this having had many people in my life come under significant sicknesses; some of which led to their death. Even now, as I write, there are people in my church who are stricken with cancer and others terminally … Continue reading

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The Scandal of the Semi-Churched

I read this post by Kevin DeYoung a long time ago and thought I would call my readers’ attention to it. It isn’t about the unchurched or the anti-churched, but the semi-churched folks within our local congregations. Kevin DeYoung writes: I … Continue reading

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More Patient Than I

I have often get to hear students confess their sins. In these meetings, there is one thing that always sticks out to me: the sense of fear I can hear behind their words. Sometimes they come right out and say it, “I am … Continue reading

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How to Make Biblical Application Very Real

There is a helpful Bible reading practice I have stumbled upon that I thought I’d share with the cyber-nets. It is very simple and goes like this: Exchange the “one another” commands of the New Testament with specific people in your … Continue reading

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