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With the current COVID19 situation, I can’t help but think about a sermon I read years ago entitled Sickness by J.C. Ryle. In the sermon, he offers a biblical perspective on sickness under three headings: I. The universal prevalence of … Continue reading
J.C. Ryle: How is it, people often ask, that so many professing believers have so little happiness in their religion? How is it that so many know little of joy and peace in believing, and go mourning and heavy-hearted towards … Continue reading
J.C. Ryle has supplied the words for my top resolution for 2016. In his sermon entitled, “Sickness,” he offers the following exhortation: Let us cleave to Christ more closely, love Him more heartily, live to Him more thoroughly, copy Him … Continue reading
It is easy to believe a doctrine in our head, but not really hold tightly to it with our hearts. It’s easy for us to say that Jesus is the supreme treasure above all the world, but ten seconds later … Continue reading
Every now and then I’m told that I am not like most youth pastors. I don’t take pride in this (often times, I don’t think its a good thing), but I am simply reporting a common observation. There are various … Continue reading
Do you have trouble praying? Do you find yourself distracted when you get yourself to finally come and pray? Are your prayers lacking? Allow three godly, bearded men help you take heart and motivate you to continue approaching God’s throne … Continue reading
“What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and forfeit his soul? For what can a man give in return for his soul?” Mark 8:36-37 J.C. Ryle comments: Any man can lose his own soul. He cannot … Continue reading
How can one maintain joy in their Christian life? Surely, there are many answers, but in any list, reading the Bible should be near the top. J.C. Ryle, as always, says it well. “Next to praying there is nothing so … Continue reading
For those who don’t know God, there is nothing good to say about sickness. Sickness is always bad all the time. It strains, it inconveniences, it harms, and it kills. Sickness is only enemy. But the same is not true … Continue reading