Tag Archives: Salvation

He Came To Save Us

In his book, Hidden Christmas, Tim Keller wrote: In 1961 the Russians put the first man into space, Yuri Gagarin. Nikita Khrushchev was the Russian premier, and he said that when Gagarin went into space, the cosmonaut discovered that there … Continue reading

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Glorified in an Instant

During the sermon yesterday I extemporaneously spoke about our glorification being done in an instant and how that humbles us. I was working off of a statement I heard several years ago from Pastor Andy Davis that I found to … Continue reading

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Children in Christ

As a parent and as a pastor I have a great desire (massive understatement) to see my children and the children in our church come to faith and repentance in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Shorthand, I desire to see … 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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A Taboo Subject

Death is something of a taboo subject in our culture. In one sense it only proves that it is the true problem we all face, but that we are helpless to do anything about. Therefore, one of the ways we … Continue reading

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The Trinitarian Work of Salvation

I am currently finishing up Michael Reeves’ book, Delighting in The Trinity. I have to say, this book lives up to its title. There have been numerous times in reading that I have just wanted to stand up and shout, … Continue reading

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