Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ferguson’s Catechism on the Heart

Over at the Ligonier Blog, Sinclair Ferguson has given a Catechism on the Heart (HT Tim Challies). I would encourage you to read the whole post, but I have posted the Catechism below for your convenience. Q.1. What is the heart? … Continue reading

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A Half-Truth

In the last post I offered a lengthy quote form John Piper taken from the book, Acting the Miracle. Russell Moore has a chapter on Sanctification within the corporate context (local church) in the same book. While Moore’s chapter has … Continue reading

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“Acting the Miracle”

Yesterday in the sermon I shared how John Piper explains (Progressive) Sanctification as Acting the Miracle. I thought it would be helpful to post a lengthier quote here on the blog. Piper wrote: God is wholly engaged in bringing your … Continue reading

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Good Works In Christ

As a follow-up to last week’s post I wanted to share how God views the good works of His children (Christians). In the previous post, obedience to God’s commands was highlighted. Your immediate response may have been: “There is no … Continue reading

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Biblical Commands Are…Well, Biblical

I’ll be preaching on the doctrine of Sanctification for the next two Sundays at Redeemer. In preparation for these sermons I am rereading Kevin DeYoung’s book, The Hole in Our Holiness. Here is one example of why I really appreciate … Continue reading

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My Favorite Reads From 2013

Serving as Pastor of Redeemer I have the privilege to do a fair amount of reading. Each year I offer as recommendations some of my top picks from a year of reading. The books I recommend are not necessarily books … Continue reading

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