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Christ in Our Place

April 27, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

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 worsh... Keep Reading

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4 Ways to Worship

April 22, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

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 Worship—Not... Keep Reading

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True Greatness

April 20, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

“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.'” &... Keep Reading

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God's Mercy Bestowed

April 13, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

“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.” &n... Keep Reading

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The Cross

April 6, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

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”... Keep Reading

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Your Single Most Important Habit

March 30, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

An excellent article from Pastor David Mathis! Read it below or online HERE.  The final frontier of biological research is still the enigmatic human brain. And at the cutting edge of recent study has been this phenomenon we call “habits.” One important finding has been what researchers and popularizers call “keystone ... Keep Reading

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Knit Tightly

March 28, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

"Church members should knit their lives to tightly that if you try to pull one out of the body, another dozen come with him, pulling him back." ~Bobby Jamieson... Keep Reading

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A Conversation, Not A Recitation

March 28, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

A conversation, not a recitation by Stephen Liggins  Scintillate, scintillate, globule vivific Fain do I contemplate thy nature specific Loftily poised in the ether so spacious Strongly resembling a gem carbonaceous This is an elaborate version of the poem Twinkle, twinkle, little star that my father once taught me. I put some... Keep Reading

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Our main diet

March 23, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

“Expository preaching should provide the main diet of preaching for a Christian community. . . . [It] is the best method for displaying and conveying your conviction that the whole Bible is true. This approach testifies that you believe every part of the Bible to be God’s Word, not just particular themes and not just the parts yo... Keep Reading

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Your Sorrow Will Turn to Joy

March 17, 2016 | by: Josh McCarnan | 0 Comments

Desiring God has served the church well by making Your Sorrow Will Turn to Joy available for us! Holy Week is not an obligation. It is an opportunity. In the chaos of our increasingly fast-paced and hectic society, the annual coming of Holy Week each spring — March 20–27 this year — is a reminder to pause and ponder, to c... Keep Reading

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