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Of Law, Grace, and Locomotives

Commandments are the railroad tracks on which the life empowered by the love of God poured into the heart by the Holy Spirit runs. Love empowers the engine; law guides the direction.

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What is Reformed Theology?

This series by one of the world’s best Bible teachers, R C Sproul, is available for watching online for FREE!   I’m looking forward to making some time next week to watch.

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God's Law Meant to Drive Us to and Not away from Him

When God by his precepts teaches us concerning his will, he apprizes us of our misery and how wholeheartedly we disagree with his will. At the same time he prompts us to call upon his Spirit to direct us into the right path.

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Our Very Miseries Will be Blessed- Calvin on Suffering

When he wasn’t blasting the ‘effrontery’ of his opponents (dubbed miscreants and asses), John Calvin could write with gracious clarity and depth. The excerpt below shows the characteristic skill of his pen. 381 more words

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God's Law and Grace in Perspective

If we come to think of God as one whose total focus is on exposing our sin, we will become too shortsighted to see his grace.

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The Dying Requests of Peter and Paul--Teach the Scripture

The dying request of a man says a lot about what he finds important.  In 1930, lawyer T.M. Zink made the request that his $300,000 fortune be given to a “no women allowed” club because, as his will stated, “My intense hatred of women is … the result of my experiences with women, observations of them and study of all literatures and philosophical works.” More recently in the 1990s, 1,503 more words

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February Spotlight! The Battle Belongs to the Lord:The Power of Scripture for Defending Our Faith

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Apologetics is not just for philosophers. We all need wisdom for defending our faith. This book equips us to answer unbelief by means of our most powerful weapon. 251 more words

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