Monthly Archives: March 2012

Catechism on the Ten Commandments – Part Two

The sermon this Sunday will be on the Third Commandment and here are the Catechism questions for the Third Commandment. (This Catechism is based on the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689.) Q. 58: Which is the third commandment? A. … Continue reading

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Further Thoughts on the 2nd Commandment

The sermon this past Sunday was on the 2nd commandment. I thought the following excerpt from Michael Horton’s book, The Law of Perfect Freedom, would be helpful to remind, reinforce, and clarify the sermon. Hopefully, it will serve as an … Continue reading

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Catechism on the Ten Commandments – Part One

I have recently started reading through a Catechism based on the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689. The 1689 Confession is a historic and landmark confession that quickly made its way across the Atlantic and became the standard confession for … Continue reading

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Loving Your Neighbor (Family)

From the start at Redeemer you have heard me talk about being disciples and making disciples; there is a difference and both are vital. Making disciples is the primary task of the church. This is the work of evangelism and … Continue reading

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Start Each Day Right

A few days ago I was having coffee with a friend, in the course of our discussion C.J. Mahaney’s book entitled Humility came up. It has been several years since I have read this great book and I decided to … Continue reading

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