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The Glory of Christ in Imputation – Our Sin to Him, His Righteousness to Us!

The Glory of Christ in Imputation – Our Sin to Him, His Righteousness to Us!

For our sake He made Him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in Him we might become the righteousness of God. (2 Corinthians 5:21)

“The Duty of the Pastor” by Pastor John Owen

“The Duty of the Pastor” by Pastor John Owen

Shattered and strengthened by the uncompromised pen of John Owen. Owen is the deepest and one of my favorites of the Puritans. Feast on every word…

12 Point Cure for Complaining – how to not let circumstances, others, or attitudes rob you of your joy

12 Point Cure for Complaining – how to not let circumstances, others, or attitudes rob you of your joy

Complaining is unbecoming of the true Christian and yet we are proficient at it. The cure is found in these verses. In Christ we are never hopeless or forsaken. Every trial has meaning. Meditate on this cure in order to change both your language and your heart.

“Is God Calling You to the Ministry?” by A.W. Tozer

“Is God Calling You to the Ministry?” by A.W. Tozer

As you read the following prayer written by A.W. Tozer at the beginning of his ministry, may it encourage you to recover the reverence of God in ministry and to consider has the Lord called you to serve His people in His local church or as a missionary beyond to another nation. What a joy to be employed by the King in His service for His glory for eternity. Amen? (Galatians 1:1-3)

Christ Died For God – The Unfathomable Love of the Cross

Christ Died For God – The Unfathomable Love of the Cross

Christ Died For God. As odd as that may sound to our ears that was/is the glory of the cross. This is what propitiation means: to satisfy God’s holiness and justice AND to quench God’s wrath. Because of this, we as redeemed people have “peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ.” (Rom 5:1) Amen?

The Gospel According to Jesus (what it is and what it’s not)

The Gospel According to Jesus (what it is and what it’s not)

The great divines of the 17th century stated what they were for and to clarify what they denied on certain theological issues. This is the spirit of this post for our church. Nothing more important than the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ! It was THE test for orthodoxy in Paul’s day and it is in ours as well! (Galatians 1:6-9) May this portion of a statement of faith encourage you in the truth and life-changing hope of the gospel of Jesus!

A Prayer of Contentment (from the Valley of Vision)

A Prayer of Contentment (from the Valley of Vision)

“Christian contentment is that sweet, inward, quiet, gracious frame of spirit, which freely submits to and delights in God’s wise and fatherly disposal in every condition” (The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment)