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New Mercies

If you were paying attention this morning when you woke up, you may have noticed: God’s mercies were new this morning. Not tired, old, worn-out, stale, commonplace, overused, or past their sell-by date. You didn’t discover them to be good… Continue Reading →

Summer Writing

I didn’t produce any blog posts this summer, but was thankful to have the opportunity to head up the production of this little devotional manual, From Theology to Thanksgiving: Grateful Responses to Great Truths. It’s designed specifically for the men… Continue Reading →

Amos 3:3-8

An attempt to convert Hebrew poetry into English poetry… Will two take a trip without planning their way? Will the young lion roar if he do not have prey? Will the bird become caught if no bait is prepared? Will… Continue Reading →

The Man of God Must Be “Temperate,” part 1 (meaning)

  This post is the 3rd in a series on the Biblical qualifications for a pastor. In this post, I’ll focus mostly on getting to what I think Paul meant when he used this word. In the next post on… Continue Reading →

Let There Be Light

Let There Be Light  “In him was life; and the life was the light of men.”

Faithful In His Marriage

  In a culture saturated with immorality, Paul calls for radical conformity to God’s original plan: one man and one woman in a one-flesh relationship for life. This post is the 2nd in a series on the qualifications for the… Continue Reading →

Who was right, Paul or Barnabus? Sometimes God has different plans for different people.

  I recently asked a number of (smart, godly, seminary-trained) friends, “Who was right, Paul or Barnabus?” The answers were all over the board.

The Law and the Christian: An Interview with Dr. Ken Casillas

What role does (or doesn’t) OT law play in the life of a NT believer? Recently I sat down with Dr. Ken Casillas, Professor of OT at BJU Seminary, to get his take on this question. If you find this… Continue Reading →

“Sanctification” can have more than one meaning. Here’s why.

Positional or definitive sanctification is a key biblical teaching to which some in recent years have called attention. God has set apart true believers as His sanctified people. If you are a true believer, then in this sense you are… Continue Reading →

Paul in Full Color

I’m currently reading the biography-style The Apostle: A Life of Paul by John Pollock. And it is really interesting. I highly recommend it, although it is best alongside a more thorough treatment. One of the things I like about this… Continue Reading →

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