Monthly Archives: September 2016

God is Holy

“Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory!” -Isaiah 6:3 In his excellent book, The Holiness of God, R.C. Sproul wrote: When the Bible calls God holy, it means primarily that God … Continue reading

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Prayer is an “Exercise of Faith”

In his booklet, Enjoy Your Prayer Life, Michael Reeves writes: Being a Christian is first and foremost all about receiving, asking and depending. It’s when you don’t feel needy (and so when you don’t pray much) that you lose your … Continue reading

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Resources on The Psalms

We are currently in a sermon series on the Psalms. When we begin a new series, I like to offer the resources I will be consulting throughout. Below I have listed some commentaries as well as other supplemental resources. I … Continue reading

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Humble and Selfless

This week I read through Sam Allberry’s little book, “Why Bother with church?”. As is par for the course, I enjoyed and benefited from Allberry’s exposition and application of Scripture. I wanted to share a quick note from the book. … Continue reading

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Serving the Suffering

I didn’t need to be a Pastor to see that suffering was a part of the life of the Christian. However, pastoring certainly magnified the reality. The year I began weekly pulpit ministry was the same year my mom began … Continue reading

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