Tag Archives: John Bunyan

Struggling to Pray

Why should that which destroys the strongholds of the enemy come easy to us? Why should we expect bending our knee and bowing our head to our Sovereign Lord to come naturally to stiff-necked rebels?  Prayer is difficult work.  Continue reading

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Temporary’s Path to Apostasy

If you find yourself in Temporary’s path toward apostasy, repent, and turn from your sins, that you might be restored by God’s mercy! Continue reading

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The Dangers of Professional Christianity

While my walk with Christ is essential to my pastoral ministry, my pastoral ministry may often be a detriment to my walk with Christ… Continue reading

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Make It Known

“Your children have souls, and they must be born of God as well as of you, or they perish. And know also, that unless you are very vigilant in your behavior toward and before them, they may perish through you: the thoughts of which should provoke you, both to instruct, and also to correct them.” Continue reading

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