Tag Archives: Phil Ryken

Because I Love You…

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes … Continue reading

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Stumbling and Folly

On Sunday we began selling Phil Ryken’s new book, Salvation by Crucifixion at our book table. I thought if I shared an excerpt it would encourage you to take (buy) and read. The following is from Ryken’s exposition of 1 … Continue reading

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Reading for Easter

Here are some reading recommendations for the Easter season. (Also see last year’s list.) Lifted: Experiencing the Resurrection Life by Sam Allberry (Available at the church book table) Salvation by Crucifixion by Phil Ryken (Available at the church book table) … Continue reading

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Maranatha

The following is from Phil Ryken’s book, Loving the Way Jesus Loves. Read slowly and let it simmer: When the risen Lord Jesus comes again, the dead will be raised and everything will be made right. Every injustice will be … Continue reading

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Top Ten Books of 2012

Below I have given a top ten list of my favorite books read during 2012 (this is not necessarily a list of books published in 2012). My purpose in doing this is to share books that have been impactful on … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments Epilogue

We completed our sermon series on the Ten Commandments this past Sunday. I wanted to share some quotes from a few of the resources I used weekly for my sermon prep. The following quotes come from the Epilogue of each … Continue reading

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Love God and Love Others

I was recently reading an Essay entitled The Lord’s Supper and Works of Love by Greg Thornbury. In the course of his writing Thornbury summarized a thought from Soren Kierkegaard’s Works of Love. Thornbury wrote: He (Kierkegaard) contends that you … Continue reading

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