Monthly Archives: March 2012

All Things To All People [Apologetics, Seminary Paper]

All Things To All People Bearing the responsibility of taking the message of the Gospel to the culture that God has placed us in is no small or easy matter. But, we are not in as unique or difficult of … Continue reading

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Worshiping God for Who He IS [Westminster Shorter Catechism, Q45-47]

Puritan pastor,  Thomas Boston, tells us that “knowledge is the foundation of all religion.” The First Commandment distinguishes the nature of worshiping the True God as it separates Him from all other ‘so-called” gods. He is to be worshiped and … Continue reading

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Judging the Gods of Egypt [Exodus Pt. 11]

Why is it that God does not want any other gods to be worshiped? Some unbelievers think it is because He is petty and jealous. On the contrary, it is more because He knows what happens when people place their … Continue reading

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Love, Obedience and the Nature of God [Westminster Shorter Catechism, Q40-43]

Love, Obedience and the Nature of God, “What do these things have to do with one another?” you may ask. The answer is that they are actually inseparable! In our study of the Christian life as we see it taught … Continue reading

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Opportunities For God To Show His Power [Exodus Pt. 9]

Exodus is fertile soil for dealing with the subject of trusting God through difficulties! Whether it is through Moses and the People of Israel, or Pharaoh and the Egyptians, we can all learn a significant lesson about our own hearts … Continue reading

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