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Thoughts on H.C. Q2

There are none righteous. We cannot deny the fact that our sins confirm our unrighteousness and therefore our disconnection from God. Our separation is our fault. 100 more words

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Thoughts on H.C. Q1

Whether we live or die, we now belong to the Lord. He possesses me and should have authority fully in my life.

  1. I Cor. 6:19-20…
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Heidelberg Catechism Devotions

I have been spending time in my morning devotions looking at one question per day (Mon-Fri) in the Heidelberg Catechism. This morning I finished question 6, where I realized that my default spiritual state doesn’t look at the severity of sin in a completely scriptural way. 65 more words

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Where to Find Assurance: Heidelberg Catechism, Lord's Day 27

Tomorrow is Lord’s Day 27. Here are the questions from the Heidelberg Catechism for this Sunday.

Q: 72. Is then the external baptism with water the washing away of sin itself?

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Reformed Theology

Our only comfort in life and death

As I write this I am preparing for another round of medical tests to try and determine the health issues that have been plaguing me, sometimes to a debilitating extent, for the last couple of years. 1,090 more words

Patristic Theology

You are a theologian

If you’ve ever prayed or said anything about God, you are a theologian. Writing books and having PhDs has nothing to do with it. Rather, engaging with God has everything to do with it. 634 more words

Faith

Signs and Seals: Heidelberg Catechism, Lord's Day 25

Our church is reciting the appropriate section of the Heidelberg Catechism each Sunday. Tomorrow is┬áLord’s Day 25, which focuses on the sacraments. Here are the questions with their answers. 636 more words

Reformed Theology