Monthly Archives: November 2009

J.L. Dagg On Christ’s Priestly Intercession

“A part of the priest’s office consisted in making intercession for the people. The high priest did this in a special manner, when he went into the holy of holies. Jesus interceded, when he prayed for Peter that his faith … Continue reading

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Berkhof on Christ’s Intercession for Us

“It is a consoling thought that Christ is praying for us, even when we are negligent in our prayer life; that he is presenting to the Father those spiritual needs which were not present to our minds and which we … Continue reading

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The Heavenly Prayer Ministry of Christ

Enon Baptist, a sister church, is holding a unique series of revival meetings during the month of November. They have set aside forty days to focus on prayer in the life of their church, and have asked several local pastors … Continue reading

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A Psalm for the Aging Saint

Do not cast me off in the time of old age; forsake me not when my strength is spent. Psalm 71:9 We do not know the author of this psalm, but we know that he is in the twilight of … Continue reading

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Excellent Sermon: “We must rest in the Gospel before we run with the Gospel”

I listened to a great sermon during lunch today by Tony Rose, pastor of Lagrange Baptist Church in Kentucky, speaking in chapel at Southern Seminary this morning. His text was Hebrews 4:11-16, and the title was “We must rest in … Continue reading

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“The Wondrous Exchange Made by His Boundless Goodness”

This is a fantastic quote from Calvin on the comprehensive nature of Christ’s work on our behalf, and the benefits given to us in our union with him. This is the second section of his chapter on the Lord’s Supper, as … Continue reading

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The Freedom of Sons is Best Enjoyed among Brothers

As I have worked my way through Galatians for our Sunday morning expositions, there have been some thrilling moments in the quiet of private study as the truth of God’s grace in Christ has dazzled my soul. But as rich … Continue reading

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