Monthly Archives: April 2008

Excellency of Christ – Jonathan Edwards

I have to read Jonathan Edwards in small doses. That is why I love his sermon reader – a book of quite a few of his sermons. I started reading this one because it was mentioned in a John Piper … Continue reading

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Prayer and Faith – blind praying…

How do you know how to pray when you don’t even know what the answer will look like? It is very hard.The subject of prayer has been on my mind lately – probably because I stink at it and God … Continue reading

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Church thoughts – God-working Voice

I usually do my Sunday afternoon church thoughts from the morning service – but it just didn’t get done yesterday. I love going to a church where I know the Word is going to be preached and it is going … Continue reading

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Psalm 40

Some people probably think I only read the Psalms. I want to assure you that it isn’t true. But, if you want to listen to some good sermons on the psalms – Josh Harris at CovLife in Gaithersburg is currently … Continue reading

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David Crowder – Psalm 50

Praise Habit – this is a very good supplement to one’s readings in the Psalms. David Crowder, songwriter extraordinaire – uses The Message and his own devotional thoughts to bring some Psalms to life. It is a creative tool – … Continue reading

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Willow Creek: Kimball and McLaren

Which is more important: social justice or eternity? I think Jesus makes that perfectly clear in the gospels: Matthew 6:19-21 – “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in … Continue reading

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"Doing church"

No one can ever tell me that early morning showers don’t prove fruitful!Last night I was having Thai food and pie kitchen with a friend of mine here in L-ville – and as always – one of the topics of … Continue reading

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