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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Farmers Rock; Ruth Ginsburg, Horrible Christian movies; and much more.

Just for Fun Farmers Rock!    My four years in central Illinois gave me a great love and appreciation for farmers. Even though they were finished with me after four years, they will always be in my heart. So it was fun to run across this tonight. For the Eagles fans! Politics and Culture Ruth … More Farmers Rock; Ruth Ginsburg, Horrible Christian movies; and much more.

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Let’s Remember that We are ALL Sinners

Sunday Reflections Let’s Remember that We are ALL Sinners It won’t be popular. It won’t make you popular. It won’t make your life easy. It won’t make you assertive about your “rights.” It won’t chase your depression away with “happy thoughts.” But it will remind you of forgiveness. It will remind you of grace. It … More Let’s Remember that We are ALL Sinners

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Spurgeon’s Grandfather and the Gospel: A Snapshot in Time

Tuesday is for Preaching “The great English preacher C.H. Spurgeon recounted one of the more unusual experiences of his highly unusual life. he was headed to Haverhill in Suffolk and, due to rail delays, was running late for a preaching engagement. I’ll let him pick up the story here: “So it happened that I reached … More Spurgeon’s Grandfather and the Gospel: A Snapshot in Time

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Where are You Going with Your Preaching?

Tuesday is for Preaching Thesis: Most messages require a firm structure for maximum audience involvement. Therefore, I prefer to phrase titles and principles/points in ways that: First, … Begin to hint at application for the hearer. I try to stay away from titles that are merely descriptive, for example “Joshua Leads the People to Conquer … More Where are You Going with Your Preaching?

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