Monthly Archives: March 2013

A Hymn for Good Friday

I see the crowd in Pilate’s hall, their furious cries I hear; their shouts of “Crucify!” appall, their curses fill mine ear. And of that shouting multitude I feel that I am one, and in that din of voices rude … Continue reading

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True Savior

The past two years during the Christmas season I have sought to emphasize that one of the beauties of the Incarnation (John 1:14) is that Jesus confronted sin and death (Rom. 8:2). Christianity is not escapism! Obviously the climax of … Continue reading

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Maranatha

The following is from Phil Ryken’s book, Loving the Way Jesus Loves. Read slowly and let it simmer: When the risen Lord Jesus comes again, the dead will be raised and everything will be made right. Every injustice will be … Continue reading

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Mind Clutter

The following is an excerpt from a piece written by Michael Horton featured in the latest edition of Modern Reformation. Horton wrote: With four children and two parents with pack-rat proclivities, spring cleaning has by necessity become a year-round activity. … Continue reading

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Easter Reading

Each year during the Easter Season as we approach Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday, I try to read some books that direct my heart and mind to the significance of these events. This year I am reading: Passion by Mike … Continue reading

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Studying The Apostles’ Creed

My friend, Kevin Sanders, is the Associate Pastor at NewBranch Community Church. He is about to launch a teaching series taking the Students in their church through The Apostles’ Creed. He has graciously extended to me an invitation to teach … Continue reading

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