Monthly Archives: February 2014

You have to have Jesus…

When liturgists debate, they have a lot to talk about and many fields of study to cover – theology, history, aesthetics, and so on. I have certain decided convictions in all such debates and am happy to participate in them. … Continue reading

Posted in Against the Church, Doug Wilson | Leave a comment

Content…content…content…

…three cheers for structure, but content matters. Content is determinative. Doug Wilson, Against the Church, p. 13

Posted in Against the Church, Doug Wilson | Leave a comment

Table Meditation: February 23, 2014…

What do you think? If a man has a hundred sheep, and one of them goes astray, does he not leave the ninety-nine and go to the mountains to seek the one that is straying? And if he should find … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Prayer after Sermon: February 23, 2014…

O our Father, be with us. O God, keep us in Your care. Shower mercy upon us. As Your Son has given His life for us, O God, bring that life about in us. Lord, make these things real to … Continue reading

Posted in Prayer after sermon | Leave a comment

Prayer for Ilumination: February 23, 2014…

Remember the word to Your servants, Upon which You have caused us to hope. This is our comfort in our affliction, For Your word has given us life. The proud have us in great derision, Yet we do not turn … Continue reading

Posted in Prayer for Illumination | Leave a comment

Congregational Prayer: February 23, 2014…

Our Holy Father and our God, we give You thanks for this day You have given us, all the days past and all the days to come. We look back on those days past and see the prints of Your … Continue reading

Posted in Congregational Prayers | Leave a comment

The parable of the DWV system [2]

In case you don’t want to take time to listen to the sermon, I have transcribed the second part of it… If your hand or foot causes you to sin, cut it off and cast it from you. It is … Continue reading

Posted in Matthew, My Own Thoughts, Preaching | Leave a comment