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Archives for April 2016

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Christ in Our Place

In His person and in His name we all enter the sanctuary fearlessly. And because He enters the Holy of Holies "in our name," our worship "in the name of Jesus" also reaches the same place. His name bears us, sanctifies our being, hallows our lips which are otherwise defiled to sing hymns of praise, and leads our worship to heaven. We cannot invocate God and glorify His nam...

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4 Ways to Worship

You like to talk politics? You have opinions about everybody? You are the local megaphone for all that is wrong in the politics, nay even in the world? Pump the brakes and consider how God has actually called you to live your life. Kevin Halloran has served us well with his thoughts in the following article:4 Ways to WorshipNot WorryThis Election Season Perhaps past pres...

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True Greatness

"Greatness is equated [by the world, and by us too often] with doing something large, in a notable way, as fast as you can. That mindset is burning a lot of us out. But when we come to the gospel of Jesus, it's almost like He is saying, 'Follow Me, and learn to do small things, slowly, over a long period of time.'" "We are taught to sprint . . . but most things that matte...

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God's Mercy Bestowed

"If you find me short in things, impute that to my love of brevity. If you find me besides the truth in anything, impute that to my infirmity. But if you find anything here that serves to your furtherance and joy of the faith, impute that to the mercy of God bestowed on you and me. Yours to serve you with what little I have." John Bunyan (Works, 1:336)...

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The Cross

Christ when he dy'dDeceiv'd the crosse,And on death's sideThrew all the losse;The captive world awak't and foundThe Prisoners loose, the Jaylor bound. Richard Crashaw (1613-49), "Christ's Victory"...

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