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• Posted in Bible, Church Government, Life in the Church, Theology

Shakespeare was right about roses, but does his logic apply to pastors? When Juliet was troubled because of her family name, Capulet, a family bitterly divided against Romeo's Montague family, she asks,

What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;       

• Posted in Bible, Discipleship, Gospel, History of Redemption

Someone asked me for a list of Old Testament prophecies fulfilled by Jesus. I expected the search to be a fairly easy one in our digitized society, but it wasn't. Here is a good list of the Old Testament prophecy followed by a New Testament fulfillment. It comes from R.A. Torrey, who died in 1928. The sheer length of this list reminds us that Christ is thoroughly (though not completely) revealed in the Old Testament, and that he is precisely who Peter said that he was: "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God" (Matt. 16:16).

• Posted in Art, Bible, Charismatic, Worship

For many years now, Bob Kauflin has been leading about worship, thinking about worship, and teaching on worship. In this post from his blog, he offers some excellent reflection on why Christians sing as part of their worship—and why they absolutely should do this. Enjoy!

• Posted in Bible, Book Reviews, Books, Discipleship, Life in the Church

Cheryl Teal wrote this review of Ed Welch's Running Scared for her blog, and I asked if we could use it for ours. She does an excellent job of capturing the essence of the book in a way that explains, encourages, and edifies.

• Posted in Bible, Discipleship, Prayer, Presence of God, Sanctification, Sermons

On Sunday during the sermon, Daniel mentioned a triple challenge to grow in your knowledge of God and to help you "seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness." Here are the details.

• Posted in Bible, Charismatic, Discipleship, Grace, Holy Spirit, Life in the Church

In my last post I encouraged us to grow in walking in the Spirit. One thing that goes hand in hand with walking in the Spirit is walking by faith.

• Posted in Bible, Sermons, Suffering

Phil's sermon on Sunday helped us all to understand our anxious hearts a little better. It was the first of a four-week series on the subject. Listen to the whole thing to get the complete picture, but here is a list of five truths about anxiety that he shared.

• Posted in Bible, Charismatic, Discipleship, Holy Spirit, Life in the Church, Worship

How to Be a Prophetic Christian Part 2: Be a Person of the Spirit.

• Posted in Bible, Charismatic, Holy Spirit, Life in the Church

In these posts I'll summarize a message I gave at Redeeming Grace Church. The title was “How To Be a Prophetic Christian.” I am going to divide it up into four posts. I believe each part will help us grow as Christians and also grow in the gift of prophecy. Part one is, Be a person of the Word.

• Posted in Bible, Charismatic, Holy Spirit, News

John Piper recently addressed a John MacArthur conference on the charismatic where he affirmed key parts of what it means to be charismaticas well as offering some good critiques on the Charismatic Movement.

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