Monthly Archives: February 2013

Humbly Receive the Gospel

A few days ago while reading through some old notes I came across the following quote from Richard Baxter: “It is a contradiction to be a true Christian and not humble.” The Gospel should humble us indeed. This week I … Continue reading

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Diligent Use

On Sunday we utilized a portion of the Baptist Catechism, based on the Second London Baptist Confession, in our time of corporate worship. Question and Answer 90 reads as follows: Q. 90: What does God require of us that we … Continue reading

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Christ, the Solid Rock

I am currently doing some further study in The Gospel According to Mark as we are about to enter the second half of the Gospel account on Sunday mornings. In my study I am reading Peter Bolt’s The Cross from … Continue reading

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Here is Love

On a day when our culture talks a lot about love, it is good to be reminded of what love is and to be pointed to the creator and sustainer of love. I find this old Hymn to do just … Continue reading

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He Suffered the Wrath of God

This past Sunday we recited The Apostles Creed as a part of our corporate worship. Have you ever asked yourself, “what does ‘He descended into hell’ mean?” If so, I can assure you, you are not alone. Daniel Hyde, in … Continue reading

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Another Reason Why You Need The Local Church

I have wanted to emphasize two books and also to reemphasize anew the importance of the local church. It looks like I have found a way to kill three birds with one stone. I am finishing J.D. Greear’s new book, … Continue reading

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