Redemption from Beginning to End

Redemption from Beginning to End

God, like a masterful storyteller, is now writing into reality what he plotted out before the world began. Christ, who is God the Son, is called the “author of life” (Acts 3:15 ESV) and the “author and perfecter of faith” (Hebrews 12:2 NASB). We could say he writes...
God’s Most Comforting Attribute

God’s Most Comforting Attribute

“There is no attribute of God more comforting to his children than the doctrine of Divine Sovereignty.” (Charles Spurgeon, http://www.spurgeon.org/sermons/0077.php, August 28, 2017) It does not take long for life to remind us that we are not in control. The reminder...
Hypostatic Union Letter

Hypostatic Union Letter

To the attenders of catechism class, There has been some good, well-needed discussion over the past few weeks about the hypostatic union of Christ. I am grateful for each one of you and your input, encouragement, and grace. When considering lofty doctrines those...

Faith Building Axioms

Last week I sat down and skyped with a missionary friend. I am always extremely blessed during our times to talk. As we talk there are usually recurring themes and one-liners that are faith building. This is a list of those phrases that are oft repeated. The Gospel is...

Parents Possible Provocation in Picture Posts

Before you read go ahead and say that title five times as fast as you can. You know you want to try. Two weeks ago I preached the final message of a series called, “The Timeless Family.” The last week was dedicated to children, parents, and fathers. I used...

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