Monthly Archives: August 2009

Going Under

We need a savior who knows the danger (our sin), but is also stronger than the waves. We need Jesus! Continue reading

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Living Proof of a Divided Heart

In Psalm 86:11, David offers a prayer that will become my prayer for quite some time, and if your heart is divided, perhaps you will pray it with me. “Teach me your way, O Lord, that I may walk in your truth; unite my heart to fear your name.” Continue reading

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God’s anger proves His love…

Q. 9. Is not God unjust in requiring of man in his Law what he cannot do? A. No, for God so created man that he could do it. But man, upon the instigation of the devil, by deliberate disobedience, … Continue reading

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Longing for God

I wanted to share something that I read this morning in “A Guide to Prayer.”  I’ve been struggling lately through a sort of prayer drought, and have been praying earnestly that God would rekindle a passion and love for Him … Continue reading

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Is God the author of sin?

The Reformed Faith is not pessimistic about the state of humanity, neither is it optimistic. It is realistic. Continue reading

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Some Things Are Best Left On The Mountain

Sorry for the delay in blog updates.  I’ve been away for a few weeks on vacation.  Now that I’m back, I’ll keep posting the devotions from the Catechism, but I thought I’d just share a couple of thoughts as I … Continue reading

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