Monthly Archives: March 2013

Is Mordecai a Jewish Courtroom Hero?

 By: Felipe Diez III“After these things King Ahasuerus promoted Haman son of Hammedatha the Agagite, and advanced him and set his seat above all the officials who were with him. And all the king’s servants who were at the king’s gate … Continue reading

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Spurgeon Gives Us A Glimpse Into The Soul Of A Pastor

A minister fully equipped for his work will usually be a spirit by himself, above, beyond, and apart from others. The most loving of his people cannot enter into his peculiar thoughts, cares, and temptations. In the ranks, men walk shoulder … Continue reading

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Malcolm Watts On Worship

Worshiping with Reverence   When we have a right view of the divine sovereignty, we will approach God with appropriate reverence. Psalm 5:7 teaches the need for holy awe. David said, “But as for me, I will come into thy house … Continue reading

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Christianity And Culture From An Non-Christian’s Perspcetive

I get both heart broken and angered when I see leaders in Christianity rely on “communication experts,” “stats, “polls” and other similar things to be more “effective” in preaching and growing a local church. It’s rather interesting and sad that … Continue reading

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Gary Gilley On The Church As Pillar And Buttress Of Truth

Nevertheless, since it is the biblical position, we are not surprised to find Paul informing us that “the church of the living God [is] the pillar and support of the truth” (1 Tim. 3:15b). Whatever else the church of God … Continue reading

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Dr. Richard Barcellos On Eph. 1:7-10

The particular focus of this study aims to explain what Paul meant by saying “to unite all things in him” (ESV), “the summing up of all things in Christ” (NASB), and “gather together in one all things in Christ” (NKJV). … Continue reading

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David Murray On The Preacher

A sinner sent by the grace of God Paul not only speaks of being saved by the grace of God, but also of being called and sent by the grace of God. “To me, who am less than the least … Continue reading

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