Category Archives: Sanctification

An Adventure Wrongly Considered

“Most of the inconveniences that make men swear or women cry are really sentimental or imaginative inconveniences—things altogether of the mind. For instance, we often hear grown-up people complaining of having to hang around a railway station and wait for … Continue reading

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Should You Pass On Bad Reports?

The following article is written by Tim Keller and David Powlison. It is posted here with permission. ***** One obvious genius of the internet is that it’s “viral.” Information explodes to the whole world. The old neighborhood grapevine and the … Continue reading

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Memorizing Scripture. Lots of It.

More to be desired are [God’s words] than gold, even much fine gold; sweeter also than honey and drippings of the honeycomb. Moreover, by them is your servant warned; in keeping them there is great reward. –Psalm 19.10–11 Most believers … Continue reading

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Is “Preaching the Gospel to Ourselves” a New Idea?

Indulge me in one last quotation from Stephen Charnock. There were actually a couple of great quotations in answer to this question, but I’ll post only this one: Let us re-present to ourselves this crucified but now crowned victim, lying … Continue reading

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While You Wait

[God is] committed to using every tool at his disposal to rescue you from you, to shape you into the likeness of his Son, and to hone you for the work to which he’s called you. Great words from Paul … Continue reading

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