Tag Archives: Word of God

Burning the Word

Which is worse, to hear the word and throw it into the fire, or to simply stop listening to the word at all?  Continue reading

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Frostbitten Hearts

A church, a Christian, whose heart has grown cold and unloving harbors a bitterness and unforgiving attitude that will lead to death. 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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Fasting From Communion with God

God sets before us in His Word a smorgasbord of all the most soul-satisfying, life-giving truth that our hearts hunger for, and we ask for the “weight-watchers” menu. Continue reading

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The Power of Words

We have the Word of God, we don’t need to empty ourselves to find what God is saying to us within. Continue reading

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On Presbyterians and Potato Chips

Progressive Presbyterian Scholars open the bag, and seeing that all the chips are of different size and shape, determine that they could not have come from the same potato and therefore the chips cannot be trusted. Continue reading

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When God Doesn’t Answer Your Prayers

A brief look at why it seems God doesn’t hear our prayers. Continue reading

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