Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Lord’s Supper

This Sunday we will observe The Lord’s Supper in our worship service. At Redeemer we want to make it a priority to take part in Communion at least once a month (if not more often). This beautiful act of worship … Continue reading

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True Liberty

In the sermon this past Sunday, I talked about how the Gospel motivates us and empowers us to pursue holiness…how the Gospel frees us to do what God’s Word calls us to do. I did not share the story below … Continue reading

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Infinite Gospel

In a previous post, Two Things Needed, I spoke of the depths of the Gospel and how it could never be exhausted. We must dwell and press into the Gospel daily; we never move on to something better or deeper … Continue reading

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We Have Grown Old

I have had several people ask for the G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936) quote that I used in the introduction of the sermon this past Sunday. I thought it would be best just to post it here and share it with everyone. … Continue reading

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Two Things Needed

As a church, we are focusing on the importance of Evangelism as we enter the New Year. I want to draw your attention to two quotes that I think say well what is often lacking in the lives of many … Continue reading

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God’s Work of Reconciliation

I am sharing another nugget from The Gospel for Real Life by Jerry Bridges, hoping it encourages you to give it a read. First, read 2 Corinthians 5:18-21, 18 All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and … Continue reading

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