Originally posted on This Life & Beyond:
“Live simply, love generously, serve faithfully, speak truthfully, pray daily. Leave everything else to God.” I saw this quote while sitting in a café the other day. As I consider the direction of my life, these words speak to me about a simple yet profound calling. So often, we’re looking for the big, the extravagant, the noticeably noble.… Continue reading A Simple Prayer
Originally posted on This Life & Beyond:
Originally posted on I love the Psalms:
Reading: Psalm 74 (Verses 18-23) Remember how the enemy has mocked you, LORD, how foolish people have reviled your name. Do not hand over the life of your dove to wild beasts; do not forget the lives of your afflicted people forever. Have regard… Continue reading Defend Your Cause
Originally posted on TheEcclesialCalvinist:
Not long ago I removed myself from an internet discussion group that focused on the theology and praxis of my religious tradition. The level of hostility directed toward other Christian traditions and the dismissiveness of what I know to be responsible scholarship on the part of some were toxic. A number of years ago evangelical mathematician and philosopher Bill Dembski wrote:… Continue reading Young Fogies
Originally posted on Aletheia (Truth) Blog:
In my last blog post we studied Jude 1:7 which revealed the commonality between apostates and the people of Sodom. I wanted to give one more bit of information regarding Sodom before we pick up in verse 8. John MacArthur points out that Shem (Noah’s son) was still alive during the judgment of Sodom (See Genesis 11:10 for the… Continue reading Three Distinct Marks of False Teachers – Exegesis of Jude 1:8
Authority and Necessity: A Hermeneutic According to Grace Grace is light in the darkness. Jesus Christ is the light. He reveals both the depth of our darkness and the redemptive light of God. Christ Himself is the redemption of God. There is only one Christ, one light in the darkness: the Christ of the Bible. […] via Grace and Church Office — All These Words Continue reading Blessed…thankyou brother…grace to you.
Stephen Charnock: The goodness of God in temptations: Those whom God intends to make choice instruments in his service are first seasoned with strong temptations, as timber reserved for the strong beams of a building is first exposed to sun & wind to make it more compact for its proper use. Continue reading Temptation & the goodness of God
The distinction between while and though is neglected but should be recovered. The writer observes it is clearer and more useful to his reader. Most often today, even in edited publications (e.g., newspapers, magazines, and books) one sees them used interchangeably and . . . Continue reading → via Grammar Guerilla: While And Though — The Heidelblog Continue reading though short, very helpful…
“For I am God, and there is no other, I am God, and there is none like Me, Declaring the end from the beginning.” Isaiah 46:9,10 Been on my mind a lot lately, a lot…and it’s only because I’m saved through Christ that I can even begin to get my head around all I see about me. Some days I have to push myself to … Continue reading The state of the fallen world…and the Sovereignty of God.
Alright, the show is going to be back on the air with new content coming up here in December! I can hardly wait to get back to the microphone, and I want your questions for these upcoming shows. Any questions are welcome pertaining to the revival of Western civilization, but I want to focus on… via Send in Questions for Show Topics! — The Citizen of … Continue reading Looking forward to it Adam:)
These brother & sisters put those of us in the west to shame…Lord forgive us….Go bless you brother Hormoz Hormoz Shariat You have probably read stories of persecuted Christians who have said with all sincerity that they were “honored to be tortured for Christ.” How is it that the persecuted church can be so thankful in the face of such horror, even death? Persecuted Christians … Continue reading Why Are Persecuted Christians So Thankful?