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Living as the Redeemed of God [Exodus Pt. 20-21]

How do the “People of God” live, as opposed to the way they lived before coming to know Him? As God called His ancient people (Israel) to Himself, He required that they submit to His moral standard in response to … Continue reading

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God: Entering the Relationship [Exodus Pt. 18]

Relationship is a buzzword in the Christian faith these days. It is certainly a valid concept for our faith, but I wonder whether those who push so hard against their understanding of the word RELIGION in favor of their understanding … 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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The Substance is of Christ! [Colossians Pt. 13]

“We must start with the doctrine, and out of that will come the life, the experience, everything we need.” I just read this great quote from Martin Lloyd-Jones. He says this in one of his sermons from the Gospel of … Continue reading

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Right Use of the Law [1 Timothy Pt. 4]

A couple of weeks ago we considered the Wrong use of the Law. This time we took on the other side of the issue. How is the Law to be used in the New Testament Church?  As the Apostle Paul … Continue reading

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The Wrong Use of the Law [1 Timothy Pt. 3]

How does the Law relate to the Christian life? It is something that we strive after in the sense of obligation? Do we hold others in the Church to it as a duty? As Paul instructs Timothy on the subject … Continue reading

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