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Deep Calling Unto Deep

Wednesday, March 12th, 2008

I have long suspected that the deepest issues that are at the root of strife and division in the Body of Christ are not at the level of doctrine. Doctrine is often employed as the subterfuge beneath which the real issues of fear, insecurity and mistrust are too often concealed.

Counsel to a Distressed Wife

Monday, March 10th, 2008

From a letter of counsel for a wife in time of distress and estrangement from her spouse. I suspect that there are circumstances in your past that affect how you perceive things that could exaggerate your fears and heighten your insecurity.  That is true for all of us.  Over a process of time, the Lord […]

Daughters of Sarah

Saturday, March 1st, 2008

Art probes the heart of the meaning of the word woman and her special calling in God in an age of feminine assertiveness.

Some Thoughts on Romans 10

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

“Calling on the name of the Lord” is no glib incantation, some vocalization to which someone may be coaxed or some mindless ‘decision’ made. It is the taking for one’s self the absoluteness of the Lordship of Christ in the forfeiting henceforth of all personal autonomy over one’s own life. Is it any wonder then that we see so little evidence of this transaction in the multitudes professing to be ‘saved’?

Holiness – The High Calling of God in Christ Jesus

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

I have never heard anyone else equate perfect holiness as being the mark of the high calling of God. Usually ‘high calling’ would be some final and ultimate expression of ministry in the bringing of the Word, but in Spurgeon’s view, which we need to soberly consider, the issue of high calling is the issue of holiness.