The Edible Sermon

The Edible Sermon

Remember your Pastor

Remember your Pastor By Alistair Begg. Brothers, pray for us.  1 Thessalonians 5:25 This one morning in the year we reserved to remind each reader of the importance of praying for ministers, and we earnestly implore every Christian household to heed this request first uttered by Paul and now repeated by us. Brothers, our work…

Read the rest of this entry

Gospel Freedom

Last Thursday was the Fourth of July, Independence Day, a day to celebrate our freedoms. Specifically, the freedom from tyranny, the imposition of government mandates without the input from the governed. The failure to recognize one’s God-given rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Somewhere along the way the true meaning of freedom…

Read the rest of this entry

Redemptions Math

Redemptions Math

Mission Accomplished

Mission Accomplished

The Gospel Way

Typically, I begin my day with a time quiet contemplation that includes prayer and Bible reading. To jump start my devotional time, I usually read some prayers from The Valley of Vision: Prayers and Meditations from the Puritans. This morning’s prayer, a reminder of the wonder of the Gospel is just too good not to…

Read the rest of this entry

Freedom in Submission

Never has there been a time like ours, in which human autonomy has been so loudly proclaimed. We live in the age of the self-made man, a time of rugged individualism, encouraged daily to just do it. Once again, we find the popular culture cutting across the grain of Holy Scripture which calls us to…

Read the rest of this entry

Hesed in Boaz

Hesed in Boaz

Ruth: When It Seems Like God Did You Wrong

When It Seems Like God Did You Wrong Article by Jon Bloom Staff writer, desiringGod.org The story of Naomi in Ruth chapter one teaches us that how things look and how things feel are often not how they are. The last time Naomi had seen her hometown on the Judean hillside, the barley fields had been…

Read the rest of this entry

Gods Hased

Gods Hased