Monthly Archives: July 2012

Congregational Prayer: July 29, 2012…

Our Father and our God, with Isaiah we call to remembrance Your great goodness toward us and toward Christ’s whole church, which You have bestowed upon us according to your great mercies and Your great covenant faithfulness. Merely because it … Continue reading

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Better than a proud philosopher…

“Surely a humble husbandman that serveth God is better than a proud philosopher who, neglecting himself, labours to understand the movements of the heavens.” Thomas à Kempis

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Congregational Prayer: July 15, 2012…

Our Father and our God, as we come into your holy presence this day we know that we cannot do so trusting in ourselves and our own righteousness. It is clear to us from all that we read in Your … Continue reading

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Preach it, men…

Isaiah 62:6&7 I have set watchmen on your walls, O Jerusalem; They shall never hold their peace day or night. You who make mention of the Lord, do not keep silent, And give Him no rest till He establishes And … Continue reading

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God’s laws too…

When I was in undergraduate business school I was required to take a term of statistics. I really remember very little of the technical details, which is OK. There are now computer programs that will handle all of those computations … Continue reading

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Thoughts on James 5…

For when you’re sick… WHO YOU GONNA CALL? THE ELDERS! Sung to the theme from Ghostbusters. I guess I could have helped myself…but didn’t feel like it.

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Six Millennia…

“For these six thousand years God hath been multiplying pardons, and yet free grace is not tired, and grown weary.” Thomas Manton on James 5:20

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