Tag Archives: The Westminster Confession of Faith

Dealing with Questions and Doubts

Ask questions. I think it was Anselm who said, “Theology is faith seeking understanding.” But the flip side asking is you have to be ready and willing to find the answer. Continue reading

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Beauty in Simplicity

If you want to grow in faith, read the Bible. God speaks, and we trust what He says – that’s faith. God speaks to us when we read His word. That is where we come face to face with God’s truth, with God’s promises, with God’s commands, with God’s love. As we hear His word, as we trust and obey that word, our faith grows. Continue reading

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Repentance is…

The repentance which has no tear in its eye, and no mourning for sin in its heart, is a repentance which needs to be repented of. Spurgeon Continue reading

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Pride and the Pastorate

As a pastor, I am keenly aware of the sins with which I struggle.  It makes me a little more tolerant when those around me struggle in sin.  I spend a good amount of time in prayer every Sunday morning, … Continue reading

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Out of the mouths of babes… more thoughts from G.A.

The love of the Lord and of His way is our highest good and an absolute necessity for us to live as God’s people and to enjoy His blessing.
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