Beginning To End

Scripture alone claims the start of things. |In the beginning God created Genesis|. The voice of God claims creation |And God said| and it was. He also claims to be the end |He is the Alpha and Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end Revelation|. Not only does God claim to […]

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Some Of What Preaching Is Not

1. Preaching is not preaching if Christ is not preached! Acts 10:36 “As for the Word he sent to Israel, preaching good news of peace through Jesus Christ, He is Lord of all.” 1 Corinthians 1:17 and 23 “For Christ did not send me to baptize but to preach the gospel, and not with eloquent […]

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Kids Of The King

“Who am I?” “How should I act?” “What should I do with my life?” Kids want answers! For some, their parents give zero direction, leaving them blind and expecting them to find their way through the dark. For some their parents pressure them to look and be like themselves, making them feel like their parents […]

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A Very Good Master

Ownership is not a popular subject. Embraced is the idea of self possession handed down from John Locke who said “Every man has a property in his own person; this nobody has any right to but himself” ¬†We don’t need to read John Locke to understand this, my three year old very much so believes […]

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The Preacher & The Hearer

We don’t need commentators, we need people that herald the truth! Joe Thorn To the preacher: We need passionate, persuasive preaching. Preaching that exposes our sinful souls, preaching that has us melt as we feed on the Word of truth, preaching that woos us to Christ alone, preaching that demands something of us. We should […]

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Conversations With Convictions

How much larger your life would be if your self could become smaller in it; if you could really look at other men with a common curiosity and pleasure; if you could see them walking as they are in their sunny selfishness and their virile indifference! You would begin to be interested in them, because […]

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Anticipating Glory

TIME slows down in the present when something exciting is planned for the future. I remember sitting on the edge of my seat in my English Composition class anticipating the bell. That bell was the highlight and joy of my life for many years. I would figit, draw, imagine, sleep, anything to help the time […]

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