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Christian, You Don’t Have What It Takes

This is a hopeful post that will start out with a terribly (but only seemingly) unhopeful word. Here is the word: you do not have what it takes to live or minister in Christ’s Name. Yes, you are not competent … Continue reading

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Your Life is the Evidence of Your Theology

Our believing gives way to our behaving. Our theology (i.e. the stuff we really believe about God and not the stuff we pretend to believe about God) always flows out of our fingertips. What you do is a result of … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Don’t Claim Your Healing. A thoughtful piece on how to think of and handle chronic sickness or pain. The conclusion is gold: “Here is a truth worth thinking about today: our pain may be bringing about a deep healing in … Continue reading

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Thank God for the Fleas

In her book, The Hiding Place, Corrie Ten Boom recalls when she and her sister first entered the barracks at the Nazi prison camp they were assigned to during World War II. The room was cramped, the smells were foul, … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

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

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The Four Sermons Our Marriages (Should) Preach

God has designed marriage to primarily be a living picture of the gospel (see Ephesians 5:22-33 and read this free online book or buy it here). Marriage is not ultimately designed to be about us, our kids, or our world, … 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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