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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Weekend Links to Make You Think and Laugh and Maybe, Pray

The video above show the stunning impact of one man’s hatred. Hitler and the National Socialist Party’s (NAZIs) gave the world a history lesson that we need to relearn. Socialism is regression. Politics, Environment, World View, Cultural Engagement The Reason Renewables Can’t Power Modern Civilization    Article from Forbes documenting the difficulty and checkered history … More Weekend Links to Make You Think and Laugh and Maybe, Pray

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Weekend Links: Sobering Help for Sinning Saints

Christianity, Help for Preachers, Devotion “Oh, . . . and I’m Bi-Sexual”   Some counsel on how to relate to the faddish announcement of sexual experimentation. Preaching through Romans?    If you are preaching through or studying the book of Romans, after you have read the book, and read the book again, this would be a … More Weekend Links: Sobering Help for Sinning Saints

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Three Modern Obstacles to Pastoring and Caring for the Flock

Three Obstacles to Pastoring and Caring for the Flock[1] The Individualistic Nature of the Culture.             Example:         An attitude that basically says, “It’s none of your business.”             Analysis:          The result is that people are islands of festering wounds. They are    .                          … More Three Modern Obstacles to Pastoring and Caring for the Flock

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“We must walk up not worn out with misery but full of Christ”

Thursday is for Discipleship             I confess that I have never read any of John Updike’s works, save an essay or two. I have been intrigued by his books nevertheless. For me it started in a visit to a Christian bookstore (remember those?) in 1975. I saw Rabbit Run on … More “We must walk up not worn out with misery but full of Christ”

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