Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Darkness of Man’s Heart

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The West’s Dangerous Ignorance of Islam

Here in America, very little is known about the degrading nature of Sharia law; but one need not go very far to see its toxic influence in any nation. del.icio.us Tags: Islam,persecution,munafiq,fasiq

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If the Lord Wills, We Shall Live

The following is a repost of an article written for the Winston Salem Journal in December of 2005. For the sake of my own soul I find that the principles of Scripture below were needed then, and in view of … Continue reading

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Love Wins, by Rob Bell: Review, Part I

UPDATE: The entire online series entitled: “Love Wins, by Rob Bell is now available in the book: Altar to an Unknown Love: Rob Bell, C.S. Lewis, and the Legacy of the Art and Thought of Man. This book addresses the … Continue reading

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How Might You Bleed?

It is all too easy to become weary when enduring trials, but we are enjoined by the Scriptures not to lose heart through our consideration of God’s own Suffering Servant. No man or woman has ever suffered as our Lord … Continue reading

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Behind a Frowning Providence

Of all that I possess in my library I find that some of the most powerful books I have (after the Bible) are also the smallest. One such booklet is by John J. Murray who served in pastoral ministry in … Continue reading

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Our Confession to the World

Jesus raised this question to His disciples: “Who do people say that the Son of Man is?” and the responses that followed revealed the lack of understanding among the people: Matthew 16:14: 14. And they said, “Some say John the … Continue reading

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Imitating His Exceptional Love, Part II

In the previous post I addressed just one implication of God’s particular love for His people. Experientially speaking, we have a sense of such distinguishable love when we consider the unique love between a husband and a wife. Their love … Continue reading

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Imitating His Exceptional Love, Part I

I recently spoke with a pastor who had a discussion with a man who was opposing the idea election on the grounds that God loves everyone. This form of reasoning is not uncommon and, when pressed for its logic, reveals … Continue reading

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Your Greatest Need in Life

What is Your Greatest Need in Life? In our culture today, we are frequently exhorted to obtain what is necessary in order to achieve success and happiness in this life. We can’t seem to escape the regular onslaught of billboard … Continue reading

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