Monthly Archives: October 2019

Passion of the Flesh

“Our hearts have been broken from one another in our unhappy divisions; O that they could break toward one another, in love and tenderness!” Continue reading

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Rotten Envy

Envy is the art of counting the other fellow’s blessings instead of your own – Coffin Continue reading

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The Sin of Self Love

The problem of the human condition is not that we love ourselves too little, but that we love ourselves too much.  This self-love is the root and cause of nearly every public strife.  Continue reading

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The Perilous, Pernicious and Pervasive Problem of Pride!

As we allow the Spirit to show us how deeply pride has set into our lives, we know that God’s work is not merely to crush us under the burden of sin.  “The Lord humbles us, that he may reconcile us, not only to himself, but to one another.” Continue reading

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Do You Do Well To Be Angry

While I hold on to my anger I cannot hold on to Christ.  When I take up my ax, I cannot also take up my cross.  As long as the greenie-meanie lives I cannot say, “I have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires.” Continue reading

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