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Knowledge of Truth drives Truth in Worship

September 9, 2012

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“The knowledge of God consists not in frigid speculation, but carries worship along with it.” – John Calvin Do you diligently study the Scriptures so as to know the truth of our Lord?  Do you dive into the divisive issues such as election, limited atonement and the like in an effort to fully comprehend the […]

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Slow it Down There, Christian!!

August 22, 2012

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Are you a “skimmer”?  The type of online reader who selectively browses an article or post for the highlights to get the basic thrust of an article, and then quickly moves on?  Stop it!!  I find myself doing the same thing, but it isn’t healthy.  Whether it’s fast, highlight- (you just stopped paying attention, didn’t […]

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New Audio Sermon – The Biblical Compass

August 6, 2012

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It’s a hard sell.  Convincing folks who are familiar with reading the Bible that maybe they should listen to a teaching on how to read the Bible doesn’t usually go over very well.  But the simple fact is that there are some guidelines, or rules, for properly understanding Scripture that have been forgotten over time.  […]

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Resetting the Biblical Compass

April 26, 2012

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Many, many people read the Bible and come away feeling as though they are missing something, or that it is such a mysterious book it can never be fully understood.  While there are indeed a few puzzling areas, most of it is fairly easy to understand if you just follow a few simple guidelines when […]

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THEREFORE – MP3 Audio Sermon

September 19, 2011

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Funny how when reading the Bible, we can skip over common words that have significant meaning as though they weren’t even there.  The meaning behind the word, “therefore” in Romans 12:1-2 has a profound impact on what the passage is saying.  This chapter (and all of the final chapters in Romans) can’t be plucked out […]

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