Monthly Archives: October 2012

A letter to Jake…

Back during the Summer I was honored by one of the families in our congregation to write a letter. Their second young man was turning 15, and they have formed a tradition of having a scavenger hunt on that auspicious … Continue reading

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It’s a start…

But it’s only a start…

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Redeemed stones…

For a house is being built to the Lord in all the earth, even the city of God, which is the holy Church, after that capitivity in which demons held capitve those men who, through faith, became living stones in … Continue reading

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Ceasing to be man…

…as if there could be anything more wretched than mankind tyrranized over by the work of his own hands, since man, by worshipping the works of his own hands, may more easily cease to be man, than the works of … Continue reading

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O may such a time again come…

“Hermes then follows out at great length the statements of this passage, in which he seems to predict the present time, in which the Christian religion is overthrowing all lying figments with a vehemence and liberty proportioned to its superior … Continue reading

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The right place…

If you’re going to have a winestain in your Bible…this is the place…

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No pressure…

Bishop Ryle on preaching… Let us notice the way in which our Lord commenced his mighty work. “He began to preach.” There is no office so honorable as that of the preacher. There is no work so important to the … Continue reading

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