Kevin DeYoung: “Reformation Gave Us a Seat at the Table”

Here’s a great article on the Lord’s Supper from Kevin DeYoung (link in blue below). Whether you celebrate the Lord’s Supper every week, or once a month or once a quarter, it is a good thing to give significant thought and prayer to the next time so that we will not do what the Corinthian church did … More Kevin DeYoung: “Reformation Gave Us a Seat at the Table”

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Simplicity and Prayer

Friday is for Heart Songs Luther on the Christian Life: Cross and Freedom, by Carl Trueman (Crossway, 2015) First, when I feel that I have become cool and joyless in prayer because of other tasks or thoughts (for the flesh and the devil always impede and obstruct prayer), I take my little psalter, hurry to … More Simplicity and Prayer

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Wisdom Swimming Upsteam in the Rapids of Modern Culture

The following article is from Kairos Journal and is a challenge to the prevailing notion that children should be sheltered from any real effort in the attaining of knowledge. Adler pushes against the idea that childhood is a period of “delight … [and] the indulgence of impulses.” Parents, take note, a child inebriated with electronic … More Wisdom Swimming Upsteam in the Rapids of Modern Culture

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Is “Anguish of Soul” the Key to Revival?

Update: 10-22-15 Still waiting on the Lord for true revival. How bad will it need to get in our country, in our churches, in our families, around the world, before Christians here become truly passionate for God? For God, not his gifts, not some emotional experience, not their comfort or security, not “happiness” but for … More Is “Anguish of Soul” the Key to Revival?

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The Not So Politically Correct John Adams (on Islam)

Tuesday is for Thinking This post falls into the categories of “Hmmm”  and  “Very interesting.” One of the founders of the nation, whom one biographer calls, “the last founder of the nation” gives his experienced and learned comments on Islam as he knew it in his day. It might be an interesting discussion question to ask, … More The Not So Politically Correct John Adams (on Islam)

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