Monthly Archives: August 2012

THE WILDERNESS OF SIN

Exodus 16:1-5: They set out from Elim, and all the congregation of the people of Israel came to the wilderness of Sin, which is between Elim and Sinai, on the fifteenth day of the second month after they had departed … Continue reading

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DELIGHT in the LORD.

Psalm 35:27:  Let those who delight in my righteousness shout for joy and be glad and say evermore, “Great is the LORD, who delights in the welfare of his servant!” Who can deny that delighting in the LORD is our … Continue reading

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Weekly Pink (On Personal Holiness)

  “That opinion that personal holiness is unnecessary to final glorification is in direct opposition to even dictate of reason, to even declaration of Scripture.”      —Augustus Toplady BY our fall in Adam we not only lost the favor … Continue reading

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Bravo, Kevin DeYoung, Bravo

In the discussion of sanctification Kevin DeYoung points out some flaws (go here and get his book here), even in Reformed circles, that seem to be prevalent in some parts of Christianity. The fear of legalism seems to drive some from preaching … Continue reading

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Weekly Dose Of Lloyd-Jones (On Inappropriate Discussions In The Church)

‘And the house when it was in building was built of stone made ready before it was brought thither.’ Then—‘So that there was neither hammer nor axe nor any tool of iron heard in the house, while it was in … Continue reading

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My Holy Land Regret

When it comes to spending money on any product–I am a top-notch researcher. I spend endless hours till I am satisfied knowing my expectations will be met (I am not cheap– just fiscally conservative). Unfortunately, likely due to my excitement of … Continue reading

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Weekly Dose of Lloyd-Jones (On the Differences Between The Roman Catholic and Protestant Views of Justification)

But the great question is: What was the Protestant Reformation about? What did Martin Luther rediscover? What did he find when he went back to the Scriptures? And you see, therefore, that it is something which is vital and about … Continue reading

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