Monthly Archives: August 2014

God-Centered Worship Needed

In a recent sermon I made the remark that worship must begin with our focus on God, and then we can see ourselves for who we truly are in light of Him (Isaiah 6:1-8). (Who we truly “are,” is sinners … Continue reading

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Big with Mercy

I enjoy reading good hymns and reflecting on them. Occasionally I like to share some of my favorites on the blog. Four or five years ago I read the third verse of the following hymn in a book where it … Continue reading

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Not Too Much

I will never forget the opening lines of D.A. Carson’s book, Basics for Believers, as he rebuked superficial thinking about the gospel. I would like to buy about three dollars worth of gospel, please. Not too much—just enough to make me … Continue reading

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The Work of Christ

In a recent post I mentioned the importance of emphasizing the complete work of Christ. Every dimension of Christ’s life and work (Incarnation, perfect life, Cross, Resurrection, Ascension and Second Coming) is vitally important and we must not emphasize one … Continue reading

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The Second Adam

Yesterday during the sermon I sought to do a little Biblical Theology from Adam to Christ, the Second or Last Adam. Now there are many themes that could be developed, but I only want to focus on a few for … Continue reading

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