Monthly Archives: April 2013

Random prattlings…

The world would likely not be a lesser place without “Beer for My Horses.” Without Handel’s “Messiah,” it would be much diminished. Sorry, Toby Keith. THB

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Nuclear containment…

As things would have it I am preparing to preach tomorrow by musing on nuclear containment./THB

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Exercise extreme care…

Clearly it is necessary to exercise extreme care in evaluating biblical statements about the role of the “law” in the life of the Christian. When the New Testament affirms bluntly “you are not under law but under grace” (Rom. 6:14), … Continue reading

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As a revealer of sin…

As a revealer of sin the, the law supplied a vital service to the Abrahamic covenant of promise. By exposing fully men’s inadequacy to establish righteousness by law-keeping, the Mosaic covenant has contributed to the cause of redemptive grace. O. Palmer Robertson … Continue reading

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Far better full aware…

It is far better for the people of God to be fully aware of the precise nature of their particular sin rather than continuing to sin in ignorance. By receiving this particular revelation, Israel stands in a much better relation … Continue reading

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Driven by the law…

The law should drive me to put my hands on the head of that goat, to claim the promise that God is going to deal with the serpent.

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The trouble with Pharisees…

The trouble with the Pharisees was that they were interested in details rather than principles, that they were interested in actions rather than in motives, and that they were interested in doing rather than in being.   D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

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