Tag Archives: Worship

Worship Fuels Evangelism

Yes, I’m doing back-to-back posts from Elliot Clark’s book, Evangelism as Exiles. I shared this in the sermon on Sunday and I think it’s worthy of sharing again here. 1 Peter 2:9 says; But you are a chosen race, a … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace

Christian, are you still amazed by God’s grace? In his book, Knowing God, J.I. Packer asked: What is it that hinders so many who profess to believe in grace from really doing so? Why does the theme mean so little … Continue reading

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Worship or Weariness?

In his book, The 10 Commandments, Kevin DeYoung asks: Are we teaching our kids that Sunday is the day we go to church or the day we try to squeeze in church? Is Sunday my day of climax of collapse? … Continue reading

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Christmas Reading

It has been several years since I have recommended some good books to focus your mind and stir your heart during the Christmas season. Here are two helpful books I’d highly recommend: Hidden Christmas by Tim Keller Child in the … Continue reading

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The Evangelism of Worship

Years ago I was listening to a Christian Academic give a lecture. He was talking about Worldview and said the common statement; “What you believe determines the way you behave.” Yet, he then added something I have never forgotten. He … Continue reading

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God’s Love and His Self-Sufficiency

Theologians rightly speak of the self-sufficiency of God (the doctrine is formally called the Aseity of God). They rightly speak of this attribute because Scripture teaches it. God has no need outside of Himself and He is in no way … Continue reading

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“My Song is Love Unknown”

Occasionally, I post Hymns here for the purpose of reflection and edification. I have benefited greatly over the years reflecting on hymns that saints of today and yesteryear have penned. I hope the hymn below brings encouragement to your soul. … Continue reading

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Glorify God

If I had to guess, I would say that the most known catechism question from the Confessions of the Protestant Reformation is the Westminster Shorter Catechism’s first question. Q: 1. What is man’s primary purpose? A: Man’s primary purpose is … Continue reading

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God-Centered Worship Needed

In a recent sermon I made the remark that worship must begin with our focus on God, and then we can see ourselves for who we truly are in light of Him (Isaiah 6:1-8). (Who we truly “are,” is sinners … Continue reading

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A Privilege of Fatherhood

The week prior to Mother’s Day I posted a blog about Motherhood. However, last week I posted nothing about Fatherhood, so it is only fair that I do so now. I am currently reading a newly released book by Jason … Continue reading

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