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The Saturday Post(s)

How Much Do You Know About What the Bible Teaches About the Bible? “How well do you know the doctrine of the Scripture? How well do you know what the Bible tells us about the Bible? This short thirty-three question … Continue reading

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If You Want to Marry My Daughter You Must Be a Christian

If you haven’t heard, I am the father of the most beautiful little girl ever, Daisy Jane. These past (fast) seven weeks have been amazing. New feelings. New experiences. Lots of new thoughts. One of the reoccurring thoughts I have … Continue reading

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4 Thoughts for Young Men Preparing for Marriage

I am always on the lookout for good wisdom to pass on to the young men at my church. I found a goodie in this piece by Greg Gibson over at the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. Here are … Continue reading

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4 Truths for Young Singles in Romantic Relationships

Jared Wilson recently typed 10 immensely helpful truths for young singles in romantic relationships. Here are four that I found particularly important and valuable. 1) It’s not bad to want to have sex with your significant other. It’d be another … Continue reading

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God Doesn’t Want Matt Chandler (Or Any Other Celebrity Preacher/Pastor) to Be Your Pastor. Without demeaning the blessing of gifted pastors/preachers, Stephen Altrogge reminds us that, ” God doesn’t want Matt Chandler to be your pastor (unless you happen to … 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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The Saturday Post(s)

Does Mathematics Point to God? William Lane Craig interacts with atheist/agnostic philosopher Daniel Came on whether the remarkable ability of maths to describe the universe we live in is evidence for a transcendent designer. Also, check out Albert Mohler’s discussion … Continue reading

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How Do You Sleep? A very good piece on the importance of and lessons within our sleep. There are tons of great Spurgeon quotes, of which this is my favorite: ““He rocks the cradle for us every night; he draws … Continue reading

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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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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

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