Online Resources

Heart Circumcision

Saturday, April 23rd, 2011

Art gets right to the issue of our self-life and God’s provision for the ending of its sap and vitality. A 1973 message.

Heart Purity

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Speaking from Jesus’ meeting with Nathaniel, a man in whom there was no guile, Art insists that only the pure in heart shall see God as He truly is, and identifies the characteristics of that purity.

The Apostolic Heart

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Speaking out of an episode in the life of Paul, Art gives a glimpse into the apostolic mindset, pattern and glory at the heart of which is the cross of suffering.

The Veil of Self

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Art maintains that we can be believers without knowing that the power of our self-life hides the face of God from us.

Some Thoughts on the Nature of Sin

Monday, April 7th, 2008

As Karl Barth noted, “the very fact that we are sinners incapacitates us to recognizing ourselves as sinners.”  We are not in a position to estimate and evaluate our own condition.  Therefore, if there is going to be any revelation and understanding of the truth of our condition, both as individuals and as a nation, […]

The Chosen People: Chosen for What?

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

As Jews, one thing that makes us recoil is being called “chosen.” It is something like the involuntary shudder that comes with the screech of chalk on a blackboard. After all, what has being chosen ever meant to us but trouble?

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’?

The Heart of David

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

How significant can be a single episode in the life of a man. It was so for David at the height of Saul’s’ relentless pursuit of his life as recorded in I Samuel 24. It is not only historical, but typical as it represents two antibodies symbolized and summed up in both David and Saul.

Psalms 56 and 57: The Heart of Davidic Worship

Wednesday, February 13th, 2008

Both of these psalms are psalms of persecution; one is about persecution from the Philistines, and the other is about persecution from Saul.