Tag Archives: Sovereignty

If God is Sovereign, why Pray?

Ultimately, prayer, as in every means of grace, brings glory to God, the giver of all grace, even as it blesses the one who prays. Continue reading

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Yakkity yak, don’t talk back…

Who am I to think that I have the strength of will to determine the outcome of my existence in eternity? God is sovereign, therefore His will must reign supreme and work all things for the purpose of His good pleasure. Will I not honor Him? Continue reading

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Haiti Mission 2014 – Day 4 – Be Patient with One Another

Day 4 has come and gone – and what a day it’s been. We began the day with worship at the Village of Hope. It was amazing to worship with the Haitian people. We were welcomed gladly, shared greetings from … Continue reading

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Why I Struggle to Pray

Some thoughts on why we don’t pray; and a call to prayer! Continue reading

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On the Sovereignty of God

I wish something close to this would have shown up in the ordination exams… Continue reading

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About God

A brief statement on what I believe about God (Triune, Creator and Sovereign over Creation, Gracious, Loving, and Just, Alone worthy of our worship). Please respond here or on my blog with your thoughts. Continue reading

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God-watching

I don’t mean looking for images of God, Jesus, or the Virgin Mary in coffee stains and potato chips. Continue reading

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