Monthly Archives: July 2011

Acknowledging every truth and every goodness

I am a committed Baptist, but in the past few days have received needed Christian encouragement from Methodists John and Charles Wesley, Anglican C.S. Lewis, and Presbyterian Sinclair Ferguson. I have significant differences with each of these brothers on matters … Continue reading

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Psalms both Dark and Light Needed

I heard this story in my preparation for preaching on Psalm 25 this Sunday night. It was shared in a sermon by David Calhoun, a preacher who himself was currently undergoing chemotherapy treatments for cancer: Lutheran theologian and historian Martin … Continue reading

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At any price, give me the Book of God!

Let John Wesley’s enthusiasm for encountering God in His Word infect you at the beginning of a new work-week: “At any price give me the book of God! I have it! Here is knowledge enough for me. Let me be … Continue reading

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June Reading Report

In the past month, I travelled to the Southern Baptist Convention in Phoenix, AZ (visiting the Grand Canyon with my family for the first time while we were out there), put out a small fire in our fellowship hall on … Continue reading

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