Monthly Archives: July 2017

Selflessness

I was reflecting on the Book of Ruth this past week and doing some reading in various commentaries when something stood out that hadn’t before. What really stood out is Boaz’s selflessness. At Naomi’s direction, Ruth approaches Boaz and asks … Continue reading

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Children of God

In our study of Hosea this past Sunday, we saw how Israel failed to be God’s obedient son (11:1-2) representing Him before the other nations. Thanks be to God, the true and better Israel, Jesus the Son of God, came … Continue reading

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Summer Reading 2017

Here are some books I have been reading this summer that I would recommend to you. How Does Sanctification Work? by David Powlison I really appreciate that in this short book Powlison makes clear that there is not one “silver … Continue reading

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“All of Grace”

Here is a gospel nugget from Charles Spurgeon: Believe it, for it is certainly true that the great God is able to treat the guilty with abundant mercy; yea, He is able to treat the ungodly as if they had … Continue reading

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