Category Archives: Faith and Practice

Sins Seldom Confessed

I have, over the past few months, felt the cutting touch of God’s Word, exposing my own sinfulness and teaching me to hate those sins that cling so closely to me, and flee to Christ for His cleansing grace. Continue reading

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Standing on the Promises

Though living by signs is more comfortable to us, living by faith is a greater honor to God. Continue reading

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Missing the Heart of the Matter

Human wisdom sometimes sees the immediate cause of a problem but it does not see the root, which is always sin. Continue reading

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Preaching the Impossible

Oh! how I thank God that salvation is something which He gives to us, for we can all receive a gift, the weakest as well as the strongest. There is literally hope for all. Continue reading

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The Storm Rages On

I long to walk in the radiance of the glory of God, to see new growth in the life on the vine. I want to live a life that delights my creator… And yet, the old man in me simply won’t die. Continue reading

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The Improvement of Trouble

God knows you cannot love trouble. Yet for the blessings that it brings, He can make you pray for it. Continue reading

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Recommended Reading

Our Church library has recently acquired a new collection of books by Dr. R. C. Sproul, and I thought I’d take the opportunity here to recommend some excellent reading material. Sproul, who passed away in December of 2017, served the … Continue reading

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