Last week I mentioned that we ought not seek an allegorical or “moral of the story” from Old Testament passages that we can seek to apply to our life today. (“Dare to be a Daniel!”, “Find your ‘five smooth stones’ … Continue reading
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When we are reading a passage from the Old Testament, how should we seek to apply it to our lives? How should we seek to encourage others to live? If “All Scripture is God-breathed and useful” (2 Timothy 3:16-17), what … Continue reading
When the Holy Spirit was working on Spurgeon’s heart, drawing him to Christ, Spurgeon visited multiple churches seeking to find the answer to the question of how to get his sins forgiven. Here’s a brief reflection of his from that … Continue reading
How and Why God Saves – Ephesians 1:17-2:10 Confession of a Worship Leader I fill that strange roll in a “contemporary” church of “Worship Leader” (which I believe is a problematic title, but in this setting is mildly useful, because … Continue reading
This sermon was originally delivered to The Rock in January 2010. You can listen to the audio of the sermon on The Rock’s Web site.