Tag Archives: forgiveness

With Brotherly Affection

When we address one another, let us remember that we are addressing one for whom Christ died, one in whom the grace of God is working, one in whom the Spirit of God is sanctifying. Continue reading

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Pass the Chocolate

Reflections on Fasting during Lent. Continue reading

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Be Killing Sin

Some thoughts on going about the dangerous but necessary business of killing sin in your life. Continue reading

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All Roads Lead There

At the center of the history of all mankind stands a cross, and we must come to it. For it is at the cross where God deals with our sinfulness, it is at the cross where the debt is paid, it is at the cross where forgiveness is found, it is at the cross where the fountain of grace bursts forth. Continue reading

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Just what, but not how, I wanted it…

God does answer prayers. God gives us everything we need, just not the way we might expect. Continue reading

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Why I love the Church, in spite of what I was taught at seminary.

I love the church which God valued so highly that He would send His Son to establish it, the church that Jesus has purchased with his own blood, the church that has been called out of sin and called to proclaim the Gospel to a broken world. Continue reading

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