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Heidelberg Catechism - Lord's Day 47

Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 47

Q. What is the first petition?
A. “Hallowed be your name.” That is: help us first of all to know you rightly, and to hallow, glorify, and praise you in all your works through which there shine your almighty power, wisdom, goodness, righteousness, mercy, and truth. 28 more words


The value of creeds

Earlier this year Ligonier Ministries and LifeWay Research joined together to complete a survey of 3,000 Americans for the purpose of evaluating the state of theology in the United States. 958 more words

Biblical Worldview

Heidelberg Catechism - Lord's Day 46

Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 46

Q. Why has Christ commanded us to address God: “Our Father”?
A. That at the very beginning of our prayer he may awaken in us the childlike reverence and trust toward God which should be the motivation of our prayer, which is that God has become our Father through Christ and will much less deny us what we ask him in faith than our human fathers will refuse us earthly things. 39 more words


Where art thou, Adam? Genesis 2:7-10, 16-25, 3:6-9

Where art thou, Adam?

Reading: Genesis 2:7-10 16-25.3:6-9

Heidelberg Catechism LORD’S DAY 3

6. Did God create man thus, wicked and perverse? – No, but God created man good and after His own image, that is, in righteousness and true holiness, that he might rightly know God his Creator, heartily love Him, and live with Him in eternal blessedness, to praise and glorify Him.

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The Semper-Reformata Podcast #1

I’ve been playing with my makeshift audio studio all week and here’s my first attempt to produce an entertaining and informative programme. (Yes I know – ‘entertainment’ is not flavour of the month in some reformed circles). 54 more words

Heidelberg Catechism

Soccer, Heidelberg, and more Fußball

Before I begin this post, I would like to say: Yes, I am attending all of my classes and working very hard on my homework. I will post about some of the work I am doing later. 350 more words


Heidelberg Catechism - Lord's Day 45

Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 45

Q. Why is prayer necessary for Christians?
A. Because it is the chief part of the gratitude which God requires of us, and because God will give his grace and Holy Spirit only to those who sincerely beseech him in prayer without ceasing, and who thank him for these gifts. 205 more words