Tag Archives: Discipleship

A Word about the King

I distinctly remember the first time I heard this passage explained in a way that left me angry. It was the summer of 1994 and I was a student at Cornell, taking class on political theory. My professor was a … Continue reading

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Watch Me

Powerful, convicting word from Don Carson: HT: @MarkDever

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When You Confront, Part 2

Here are five more thoughts to follow up from yesterday and the day before: 6. Go with the assumption that your assessment may be wrong. After all this thought and prayer and your consequent conclusion to go to your friend, it’s easy … Continue reading

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When You Confront, Part 1

So you’ve concluded that you must speak. You have a good relationship, God has exposed another’s sin to you, you’ve thought and prayed and sought wisdom, and you’ve determined you need to go to them. What now? Some people enjoy … Continue reading

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When to Cover, When to Confront

This past Sunday I preached on the sin of silence: keeping our mouths closed when we should open up and speak. As I reflected on the Scriptures that deal with this topic, three particular applications emerged: silence in the face … Continue reading

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