Blog (Page 32)

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Who Would Dare to Preach?

Who Would Dare to Preach? By Michael McKinley | 2.27.2012 Print Preaching is a strange business. It requires you to stand up and speak with authority and pointed passion to people who may well be your intellectual and spiritual betters. But a man who has confidence in the word of God has everything he needs for the task. Here’s how Herman Bavinck put it:For if a minister…

Let us not be the spot-finders

Let us not be the spot-finders from Ray Ortlund’s blog Let us not be the spot-finders “We should be merciful to one another in seeking never to look at the worst side of a brother’s character.  Oh, how quick some are to spy out other people’s faults!  They hear that Mr. So-and-so is very useful in the church, and they say, ‘Yes, he is, but he has a very curious way…

Parental Amnesia

Parental Amnesia, From Justin Taylor’s Blog Parental Amnesia Gloria Furman on God breaking through the mundane: Parental amnesia is not just where you walk into a room and forget why you’re carrying the laundry basket with four dirty coffee mugs in it. That’s called normal. Parental amnesia is where we forget about two things: tomorrow and eternity. First, we forget…

Waving the White Flag as Victory

Waving the White Flag as VictoryJared C. Wilson|10:34 am CT Waving the White Flag as Victory “We are not just ordinary. Nothing is just ordinary. “The whole earth is full of his glory.” We keep trying to fill it with monuments to our own glory — kingdoms, businesses, hit songs, athletic victories, and other mechanisms of self-salvation. But the truth is better than all…

Psalm 23 and Me

I was meditating on Psalm 23 the other day and remembered something that I’m sure I’ve heard before, but somehow it seemed new…again. (Isn’t that the great adventure of reading Scripture?!)Halfway through the Psalm, David starts speaking to the Lord directly. In the first three verses God is referenced as ‘He’–the One who is our…

Sunday Morning Prayer

Lord, today is Palm Sunday, the day we celebrate your entry into Jerusalem.  I pray you would fill our hearts with awe at your glory as the King returning to his city.  I pray you would amaze us at your willingness to go to Jerusalem knowing that in the coming week the same crowds would turn against you and shout for you to be crucified.  I pray you would give us…

What is ‘inerrancy’?

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Humility Is Compatible with Certainty

From Justin Taylor’s Blog. Humility Is Compatible with Certainty Michael Kruger: Christians believe that God has revealed himself clearly in his Word.   Thus, when it comes to key historical questions (Who was Jesus? What did he say? What did he do?) or key theological questions (Who is God? What is Heaven? How does one get there?), Christians believe they have a…