Tag Archives: Reformed

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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How Long Was That Sermon?

Preaching should explain and apply the meaning of the Bible. Whether it takes 15 minutes lasts an hour, the Word of God must be taught and applied for our salvation and for God’s glory. Continue reading

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How the Holy Spirit Works (Part 3)

Without going into too much detail, here are some bullet points of the ways in which the Holy Spirit works Continue reading

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Is God the author of sin?

The Reformed Faith is not pessimistic about the state of humanity, neither is it optimistic. It is realistic. Continue reading

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The Joy of the Lord is Your Strength…

During my second year of ministry I was ready to quit and find something else to do.  I was frustrated with myself and with the church, and wondered why God would have called me to this ministry in the first … Continue reading

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The Degeneration of A Microwave Society

OK – I admit it – this is a rant – but maybe you feel the same way. The Microwave, one of the greatest inventions of the past 100 years, enabling you to pop your popcorn quicker, cook your frozen … Continue reading

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