Monthly Archives: January 2014

Congregational Prayer: January 26, 2014

Our Holy Father and our God, we come into Your presence with thanksgiving and praise for the goodness, lovingkindness and covenant faithfulness You have shown to us, to Christ’s whole church and, indeed, to Your entire creation. You have been … Continue reading

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Sunday morning thoughts…

What would my life look like if I was truly focused on eternal realities as the Scriptures show them to be in Jesus Christ? What would my relationships look like? What would my home look like? What would my preaching … Continue reading

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Thought you should know…

“Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.” I suspect that many of you have never heard of this coalition of religious groups, Jewish, Christian, Universalist (whatever that means). It is a group of organizations, which are of necessity groups of people, affirming … Continue reading

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Unless you plow and sow…

Pray, and meditate, and hear, and read, and do your best, and expect his blessing. Though your ploughing and sowing will not give you a plentiful harvest without the sun, and rain, and the blessing of God, yet these will … Continue reading

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Sunday morning thoughts…

Part of caring about the unborn is Christ’s church being a place for repentance. It sounds counterintuitive, but discipline rightly administered, is a necessity. Because the back-end goal of discipline, rightly administered, is repentance, forgiveness and restoration./THB/BHS

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Sunday morning thoughts…

From that time began Jesus to shew to his disciples that it is necessary for him to go away to Jerusalem, and to suffer many things from the elders, and chief priests, and scribes, and to be put to death, … Continue reading

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If God does not comply…

So deeply is pride rooted in the hearts of men, that they think wrong is done them, and complain, if God does not comply with every thing that they consider to be right. John Calvin, Harmony, vol. 2, p. 301

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