Tag Archives: Heidelberg Catechism

The Only Real Comfort

Being comfortable is not the goal – but having everlasting comfort in belonging to Christ is. Continue reading

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Live What You Believe

“Do you believe what you believe?” So often what we believe gets stuck up in our heads so that it becomes nothing more than just a block of knowledge that has no real impact on our lives. For many of us, the reality of the things we believe about God fades, the implications of His existence are overshadowed by the fears of our anxious hearts.
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The Hunter and the Bear

You cannot compromise with sin, flee from it. Continue reading

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True Faith

“I believe what I believe is what makes me who I am. I did not make it, it is making me, it is the very truth of God, not the invention of any man.” Continue reading

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Truly God, Truly Man

From Genesis to Revelation we are promised a deliverer, and we find our deliverer in Christ. Continue reading

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Going Under

We need a savior who knows the danger (our sin), but is also stronger than the waves. We need Jesus! Continue reading

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God’s anger proves His love…

Q. 9. Is not God unjust in requiring of man in his Law what he cannot do? A. No, for God so created man that he could do it. But man, upon the instigation of the devil, by deliberate disobedience, … Continue reading

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