Monthly Archives: September 2011

Isaiah – The Old Testament Gospel

One of the most beautiful aspects of the Bible is its coherence. Written¬† over the course of some 1500 years by approximately 40 men from all different walks of life, it is amazing to see how unified the Word of … Continue reading

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All That Glitters Is Not Gold

Imagine somebody came up to you and asked you about the meaning of life – what would you tell them? I have a feeling I would talk about God, sin, the cross, salvation, heaven, and hell. I would discuss the … Continue reading

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He Is Not A Tame Lion

“He is not a tame lion,” C.S. Lewis wrote when describing the lion Aslan is his book “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe”. His implication was that while Aslan is a good lion, it does not mean one need … Continue reading

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How to Benefit from God

No single force or power in the universe is greater than the power of forgiveness. Nothing sets you free, brings joy, and gives strength like the knowledge that your slate is wiped clean and your past is remembered no more. This grand truth … Continue reading

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Sin’s Siren Song

Few sins in the Bible are more well-know than the one that some describe as David’s Great Sin – his sin with Bathsheba. Perhaps it is because we do not expect such gross sin from such a man of God that … Continue reading

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Psalm 18 – A Song of Deliverance

David is described in the Bible as a man after God’s own heart; his love and passion for God was as such that he became the standard that any king after him was measured by. Even more than the stories … Continue reading

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