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If interested, my grandfather, whom this is about, wrote a short memoir of his life and God’s grace to him. You can access that here. — When George Washington died, the country mourned. Countless articles, stories, and eulogies were written … Continue reading
C.S. Lewis: ‘There was a real railway accident,’ said Aslan softly. ‘Your father and mother and all of you are as you used to call it in the Shadowlands – dead. The term is over: the holidays have begun. The … Continue reading
Recently, I have been listening to the song Death Be Not Proud by Audrey Assad and it has been wrecking me in all the right ways. In listening, I have decided that I want this song sung at my funeral, … Continue reading
“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.” Psalm 116:16 Charles Spurgeon comments: The Lord watches over their dying beds, smooths their pillows, sustains their hearts, and receives their souls. Those who are redeemed with … Continue reading
If you were at the side of a dying man, what would you say? Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109), a weighty and time-honored theologian, once wrote a piece intended for that very purpose: to bring comfort to dying Christians. His words … Continue reading
This will be a bit short today. I have sermon preparation to do for tomorrow! I Will Never Cast Out. I promise you won’t regret reading this short paragraph. 12 Questions to Ask When Watching a Movie. One theologian (John … Continue reading
Last night I preached on the Passover from Exodus 11-12:32 to our middle schoolers. I was immensely blessed to see the kids come to understand that the Exodus from Egypt by the hand of Moses is God’s amazing way of preparing … Continue reading
To Parents Who Have Lost a Child. “Losing a child is the most difficult and painful experience I can personally imagine. What do you say to someone who has lost a child? What can you say? And, perhaps more importantly, what … Continue reading