Category Archives: My Own Thoughts

Things I never saw before…

Reading Exodus again, I note that Pharaoh’s army (Ex. 14) and the locusts from the eighth plague (Ex. 10:19) all end up in the Red Sea. Fitting

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Singing the Praises of God…

It has now been two months in this new venture. And I admit with shame that I have neglected much of my attendance upon the things of God in this time. I have attended worship faithfully (usually twice a Lord’s … Continue reading

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You know you’re in trouble when…

But when the design of the Apostle is understood, it then appears evident that there is nothing here that countenances so delirious an error. Calvin

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Ultimate Merciful, Faithful, Sympathetic…

Just some ‘thinking out loud.’ I note that in Hebrews, the adjectives merciful, faithful and sympathetic are used to describe Jesus Christ in His high-priestly vocation. The ‘faithfulness’ sources in a comparison between Jesus and Moses in Chapter 3. He … Continue reading

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You know you’re in trouble when…

Spurgeon commenting upon your commentary: “This is a poor and lean performance.”

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Life happens here yet again…

At Trinity Reformed Church, Edgewood, New Mexico, we have some kids in our services. All of our kids. And we delight in that. Sometimes there are disruptions because of our kids. When that happens, I am likely to say “Life … Continue reading

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The plough of persecution…

The plowers plowed on my back; They made their furrows long. Psalm 129:3 The Lord usually suffers his enemies to break up the fallow ground of his people’s proud and stiff hearts with the plough of persecution, and to draw … Continue reading

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