Why We Can’t Disconnect from the Old Testament

The connection between the Old Testament and New Testament is unbreakable. Without the Old, we can’t fully understand the New. Remember that. And rejoice in the continuity and detail of God’s plan to redeem the world. That’s all for today. References to Psalm 22 in the New Testament Psalm 22:1-31 1 Peter 1:11 Psalm 22:1 … More Why We Can’t Disconnect from the Old Testament

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Wisdom from CRU on Ministry in a Covid-19 World

Today, I received a letter from Steve Douglass, the President of CRU. It struck me as extremely wise and practical. He was writing to all staff and alumni of the ministry and trying to encourage ministry leaders. You will find it below without any changes. [Message from Steve Douglass] I love you and am praying … More Wisdom from CRU on Ministry in a Covid-19 World

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Leading Like Jesus in a COVID19 World: or “Becoming Follow-able People”

Leading Like Jesus in a COVID19 World With special reference to our time and the Covid19 virus, maybe it is a good time to reexamine the servant model of leadership pictured in the life and teachings of Christ. How should Christian lead in the present crisis upon the globe? I am convinced that he is … More Leading Like Jesus in a COVID19 World: or “Becoming Follow-able People”

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Repentance is More Important than Disobedience

Matthew 21:28-32 28 “What do you think? A man had two sons. And he went to the first and said, ‘Son, go and work in the vineyard today.’  29 And he answered, ‘I will not,’ but afterward he changed his mind and went. 30 And he went to the other son and said the same. And he answered, ‘I go, sir,’ … More Repentance is More Important than Disobedience

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Spurgeon on the Effect of Conversion

Thursday Musings Yesterday, I was reading Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening devotional and ran across the gem below. It has been gently edited by Alister Begg to update the language a bit but with no substantive change from the original (I checked). This is not the full devotional, just the beginning paragraph that I found helpful … More Spurgeon on the Effect of Conversion

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