Monthly Archives: February 2012

Gospel Reminder

Today I was reading from Jerry Bridges’ most recent book, The Transforming Power of the Gospel. He quotes Puritan John Owen’s work, Communion with the Triune God. I found the quote to be a much-needed Gospel reminder and wanted to … Continue reading

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Resources on the Ten Commandments

This morning we began a new sermon series on the Ten Commandments. I wanted to post the resources that I am using in my sermon preparation for those who are interested in further study. I’m not posting commentaries, but rather … Continue reading

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What Does Love Look Like?

In our previous two posts we explored both the foundation of God’s love and how His love in the Gospel frees us to love Him and others. We saw that in His love for us, God was committed to us and … Continue reading

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Love God and Love Others

I was recently reading an Essay entitled The Lord’s Supper and Works of Love by Greg Thornbury. In the course of his writing Thornbury summarized a thought from Soren Kierkegaard’s Works of Love. Thornbury wrote: He (Kierkegaard) contends that you … Continue reading

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What is Love?

This time of year love gets some attention with the celebration of Valentine’s Day.  The celebration is focused on romantic love but there is much more to love than romance and emotion. The Beatles said; “All You Need is Love”. … Continue reading

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The Enemy of Community

This week our Small Groups have started meeting together. Fellowship and community are one of the primary focuses of our Small Groups (The other being discipleship through application of truth and accountability). I wanted to share a quote from Dietrich … Continue reading

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