Three Questions by Leo Tolstoy It once occurred to a certain king, that if he always knew the right time to begin everything; if he knew who were the right people to listen to, and whom to avoid, and, above all, if he always knew what was the most important thing to do, he would … More Three Questions
. . . With Sap and Green? A Psalm (92). A Song for the Sabbath. 1 It is good to give thanks to the LORD, to sing praises to your name, O Most High; 2 to declare your steadfast love in the morning, and your faithfulness by night, 3 to the music of the lute … More Are You Filled. . .
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We are continually living our lives in full view of an omnipresent God. Am I always aware of His presence? via Where do you live? — I love the Psalms
This week I listened to Pastor Martyn Lloyd-Jone’s 100th Friday Night Sermon on Romans, preached in 1959. His verses for that sermon had arrived at chapter six verses 12,13, & 14. He said this marked Apostle Paul’s departure from pure doctrine and his beginning exhortations on the application of the doctrine set down. Pastor MLJ … More More Thoughts on Romans-2
Christian service “is motivated by God’s holy-love,” wrote David Wells in his blog. Mr. Wells explains that this Holy-Love is a composite or fullness of the Attributes of G-D. He uses the analogy of a prism that breaks out light into its various prime colors, so Holy-Love is broken out into the aspects of G-D’s … More Christian Service
In thinking about Pastor Martyn Lloyd-Jone’s teaching on Apostle Paul’s Letter to the Romans, I reread the verses from which he teaches, often in the English Standard Version, ESV. While doing so, I read various commentaries on those particular passages. Sometimes the commentaries offer additional insights, sometimes they differ somewhat in their explanation of the … More The Cause of Christ
Each day as I spend more time in Romans with Pastor Martyn Lloyd-Jones and am more and more amazed at the depth he is taking Apostle Paul’s exposition of what Pastor MLJ considers the essential doctrine of Christianity. It’s very interesting. However, it also makes me think, “how deep an understanding does the average Christian … More More Thoughts on Romans
In 1986 I was invited to be a part of a team ministering in Israel. The team’s mission was to provide a children’s ministry for the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ). The ICEJ began some years before when, as the founders put it, they realized how world turned cold hearts against Israel, none acknowledging Jerusalem … More Come Away to a Solitary Place
For some time now, I’ve been watching video presentations on YouTube. One of the groups of presenters is an online community called YoutTube Pipe Community (YTPC). Recently one of the presenters, Mike, began a series he calls “FaithChatFriday.” A number of others have added their video responses to it. The first in the series is … More FaithChatFriday