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Preparing for Worship

Dec-2014-Blog-Image The Christian life is lived from Lord’s Day to Lord’s Day. Corporate worship is the high point of our week and the constant rhythm of our lives. We dare not “neglect meeting together, as is the habit of some” (Heb. 10:25), because there is nothi...

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What an invitation…!

And Moses said to Hobab the son of Reuel the Midianite, Moses’ father-in-law, “We are setting out for the place of which the LORD said, ‘I will give it to you.’ Come with us, and we will do good to you, for the LORD has promised good to Israel.” (Numbers 10:29)

Three things in the above verse challenge me.

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A few crumbs …


“In what way have you loved us?” (Malachi 1:2)


Malachi, the final book in the Old Testament, is the Lord’s last prophetic message to Israel for nearly 400 years. The silence of those many years was finally broken by a baby’s cry in a cow shed in Bethleh...

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The Christian’s Heritage!

Heritage
This is the fourth in our series on defining moments in the history of the church. Previously, we have looked at the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem, the Council of Nicea, and the Council of Chalcedon. In this installment we look at the Coronation of Charlemagne.

It is remarkable that a seemingly minor a...

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A few crumbs …

Feb-14-final (high quality)“Did you not agree with me for a denarius a day?”

(Matthew 20:13)

For the casual reader there seems to be a natural injustice in this parable. Some men have labored twelve hours, right through the day, and received their pre-agreed wage, a denarius. Others joined the working day at later hours w...

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