Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Joyful Christian

We spend a lot of time talking about and working for the glory of God, but we never stop to connect the dots in that if we are really glorifying God, we will also find great joy in His presence. Any glorying that does not lead to our experience of joy is vanity, and any joy that is not rooted in the glory of God is frivolous. We are intended for joy. Continue reading

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Repentance is…

The repentance which has no tear in its eye, and no mourning for sin in its heart, is a repentance which needs to be repented of. Spurgeon Continue reading

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The Medicine for Sin

In a desire to be found acceptable by a dying and broken world we have taken away the one thing that the world needed most; the truth of the gospel for salvation from sin. Continue reading

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Mr. Bean goes to Church

Just to lighten up your day

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A Caucus Prayer

Our sense of security and purpose in life should not at all depend upon who sits in the Oval Office, but rather, who is seated on the throne in heaven. Continue reading

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