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Adam vs. Jesus

All humanity is summed up in two people: Adam and Jesus. If all men are branches, they are connected with one of these tree trunks. A.W. Pink explains the difference between Adam and Jesus with clarity and power. When Adam … 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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Why I Am Taking Seven Weeks to Teach Middle Schoolers About the Trinity

Starting this Wednesday night, our middle school ministry will be starting a series focusing on the Biblical teaching about God as Trinity. In hearing about this endeavor, lots of folks say things like, “Are you joking? Middle Schoolers and the … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Ten Practical Ways to Control Spending & Wisely Manage Money. As 2015 begins and folks are open to rethinking things, I thought this was timely. His conclusion is worth repeating: “It’s not how much money we make, but how we … Continue reading

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3 Things the Holy Spirit Has Done for Every Believer

In a marvelous sermon, C.H. Spurgeon showed three necessary things for the Holy Spirit to do in the heart of a man in order to save his soul. They are listed as follows… First, He Shows You the Evil of Your Sin. … Continue reading

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Let Them Only Get to Hell Over Our Dead Bodies

Last night I preached on the topic of evangelism to the middle schoolers at my church. I helped them see that following Jesus meant becoming a fisher of people. As Jesus said…  “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

What Kind of Blessing? Don’t miss this short one. Kevin DeYoung asks us what kind of blessings are we looking for and warns of following the world’s beatitudes instead of Christ’s. Ladies, Know Your Role. “One of the reasons many wives struggle … Continue reading

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Two Jews Named Smith & Jones

One of the big lessons Christians grow to learn is the difference between trusting in their performance for God’s approval and resting in the performance of Christ on their behalf for God’s approval. Essentially, it is learning what to put our confidence … Continue reading

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The Saturday Post(s)

Use Your Knowledge to Serve Others, Not Judge Them. For someone who is working through his Masters of Divinity, this was a refreshing piece. “Your gift of theological and apologetic aptitude and knowledge is not the only important gift…It’s given … Continue reading

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