Monthly Archives: July 2012

Bicycle Races are Coming To Town…

We were all sojourners, so we have something in common with these riders, and we have something to share. Continue reading

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You can judge a fait by its cover…

Tertullian said: “You can judge the quality of their faith from the way they behave.  Discipline is an index to doctrine.  They say that God is not to be feared. So everything is free to them and unrestrained.  But where … Continue reading

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A time to study…

Is there anyone listening to the forsaken prophet, crying in the wilderness, “Thus sayeth the Lord…”? Continue reading

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Whispering sweet nothings…

The false prophet’s teaching does not emphasize the utter sinfulness of sin and the total inability of man to anything about his own salvation.  It often does not really believe in sin at all, and certainly does not emphasize its … Continue reading

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A sin by any other name…

No matter what the world, or the church for that matter, may call it, a sin is still a sin, the way of the world, though wide and easy, still leads to destruction, the way to life has a narrow … Continue reading

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Keep Calm and Carry On

Even when disheartened by the news of the PC(USA)’s General Assembly, there is a greater joy that sustains me through the midst of such troubled waters. Continue reading

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