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Category Archives: Church History
Here are some of the richest devotional materials I’ve come across. I think its beneficial to have a devotional work or two to plow through year-by-year. These Bible-saturated works have worshipfully ushered me into the presence of the Lord time … Continue reading
I’m increasingly convinced many Christians today have an incomplete understanding of Jesus. We emphasize his compassion, grace, and love – which are indeed precious truths – but ignore the weightier things He said, did and is. For this reason, I … Continue reading
At the end of the book of Revelation, the Apostle John writes, “He who testifies to these things says, ‘Surely I am coming soon.’ Amen. Come, Lord Jesus!” (Rev. 22:20). This second-to-last verse in the Bible teaches plainly Jesus will … Continue reading
As a seminarian, I listen to a lot of teaching and preaching. There are times my Ipod has more sermons and teachings (by a variety of pastors) than music. I observe the preacher’s style, the way he handles the text, … Continue reading