Category Archives: Faith and Practice

We Must Give Time to God

The Christian who is satisfied to give God His “minute” and to have “a little talk with Jesus” is the same one who shows up at the evangelistic service weeping over his lack of spiritual growth and begging the evangelist to show him the way out of his difficulty. Continue reading

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Thoughts on Worship

For worship, properly understood, shapes who we are. We become like whatever is our god. – D.A. Carson Continue reading

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Reaching the Unchurched

For the readers of this blog who are also members of Lennox Ebenezer Presbyterian Church, know that your Elders are deeply committed to leading the congregation in becoming more outreach oriented. While our congregation has a strong history of mission … Continue reading

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Portable Worship

Some people put God in a box we call the church building. God is not present in the church any more than He is present in your home. Continue reading

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We Are Hollow Men

Could it be that after generations of planting the seeds of idolatry, its hollow fruit is finally coming to harvest? We have laid ourselves low before the false-gods of this world, and we are amazed that we have become like them! Continue reading

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Is God a Stranger In the Land?

In most parts of our land, it is to be feared that God is a stranger, and like a wayfaring man who turns aside to tarry for a night. What are the reasons why God is such a stranger in this land? Continue reading

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The Sovereignty of God

This sovereignty of God is the ground of peace and confidence to all his people. They rejoice that the Lord God omnipotent reigneth; that neither necessity, nor chance, nor the folly of man, nor the malice of Satan controls the sequence of events and all their issues. Continue reading

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