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He knows what He is doing


“God’s will for you is your sanctification (1 Thess. 4:3). He wants you to share his holiness (Heb. 12:10). And the kindness of God in pursuing this for you is incomprehensively wonderful, because without his holiness you will have no real and lasting happiness. 147 more words

In The Library

Why Sunday Trumps Thursday and Friday

There is Thanksgiving Day. This is the glorious holiday on which we remember our forefathers, remember our God, enjoy our family, watch some football, and eat far too much food. 469 more words

Sabbath Rest

Among Christians, there are many misconceptions about the Sabbath. Myriad of viewpoints exist, ranging from how a Christian should operate; to how the Christian benefits; and even to which day we should observe as the Sabbath. 1,869 more words

From A Wise Guy

Interview On Worship at the Ellisville Presbyterian Church, ARP

I had the pleasure of filling out an interview for my friend Wendy Heinemann and found the questions helpful to describe generally the how’s and the what’s of a normal Lord’s Day looks like at our church, I added a section on the Lord’s Supper at the end. 1,106 more words


Lord's day: poverty

“Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will reward them for what they have done.” (Proverbs 19:17 NIV)

The last pagan emperor of Rome, Julian, wrote the following lines. 123 more words

Lord's Day

Consistently or Conveniently

My wife and I have been trying to get outside and run or walk a bit more recently.  The warmer weather is slowly fading and another winter is upon us.  537 more words


Lord's day: Silk

Roses from my garden…

A man is made by that which he feeds upon, and for the best manhood you need the best food. As certain silk-worms have their silk coloured by the leaves on which they feed, so if we were to feed on Christ, and nothing else but Christ, we should become pure, holy, lowly, meek, gentle, humble; in a word, we should be perfect even as He is.” C.H. Spurgeon

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