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Monthly Archives: November 2009
This post would have been more beneficial for me, and anyone who reads it, before Thanksgiving this year, but it was born out of a missed opportunity to share the Gospel on Thanksgiving, and if I had been bolder in … Continue reading
Here is a quote from Richard Baxter in “The Reformed Pastor” speaking to the way in which pastors should view their finances. It surely applies to all others as well: Stretch your purse to the utmost, and do all the … Continue reading
I am constantly reminded of my conviction to commit more Scripture to memory (though I too often neglect to act on this conviction). In the past week I have chosen to memorize another short Psalm, Psalm 113, which I shared … Continue reading
I recently read a passage from the book of Ezra that has begun to make an incredible impact in my heart. This passage is a great example of how easily the faithful can be dismayed when faced with intense discouragement … Continue reading
Some people have too much time on their hands. Others spend their time in unique and creative ways. Some people are super geeks. This video is a result of all three of these elements coming together, Enjoy:
When God’s people turn from their sin and humbly come before Him in praise and repentance, this is His response: “The Lord your God is in your midst, a Mighty One to save; He will rejoice over you with gladness; … Continue reading