Monthly Archives: October 2016

On the National Election (Part 2)

“Therefore render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s.” (Matthew 22:21 (ESV) (This post is an update of an original that ran 4 years ago.) The presidential debates are (mercifully) over and November … Continue reading

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On the National Election (Part 1)

While it is the Christian’s responsibility to vote, it must also be said that the Christian must vote responsibly. Continue reading

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A Word Fitly Spoken

The gospel of salvation is no longer welcomed in the public square, but the freedom and liberty found in only in Christ are demanded still, becoming a force of destruction in chaos. Continue reading

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Our Common Salvation

There is nothing common or everyday about our salvation. It is the glorious gospel of God’s redeeming work for His beloved in Jesus Christ. Paul talks about the height and breadth and depth of God’s love for us, the mystery of the gospel of Salvation – surely no common stuff! Continue reading

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