Monthly Archives: September 2014

Mystery

During the sermon this past Sunday I referenced a section of Job (38-42:6). The point I was attempting to make was that often we will come to a point of mystery in our efforts to understand God’s revelation of Himself … Continue reading

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Truly Natural

This summer while reading Ray Ortlund’s book, The Gospel, there was a thought he shared from Jurgen Moltmann that has been etched in my mind. While not endorsing all of Moltmann’s conclusions, Ortlund shared the following from him: “Jesus’ healings … Continue reading

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The Mission

This Sunday is our Missions Emphasis day at Redeemer. In an age of distraction such as ours, I don’t think we can be reminded enough of what our mission is as a church (Matt. 28:18-20, Acts 1:8). In their book, … Continue reading

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Idolatry Today?

This past Sunday we began to look at the issue of Idolatry since we have reached chapters 32-34 in our study of Exodus. It is easy for us living in a Western culture during the 21st century to think that … Continue reading

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