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The Benefit of Hiding God's Word In Your Heart

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I have been working through the Truth Bible Memory Plan on my ESV app. It's been wonderfully helpful to my prayer life. It is so easy to start praying and then quickly run out of things to say. Truly what Jesus told Peter and the others also applies to us: “So, could you not watch with me one hour?" Matthew 26:40. But with Scripture hid in my heart, there is a treasur...

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On Sale Now: The Gospel?

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The ancient writer of Ecclesiastes said thousands of years ago, before the internet, before the NFL, before bluetooth, and iPhones, and sound systems, "What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done, and there is nothing new under the sun." Ecclesiastes 1:9. This was made fresh once again as I was reading a 100 year old sermon by Martyn Lloyd-Jo...

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Our Faithful God

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This morning I was reading New Morning Mercies by Paul Tripp. In a writing discussing the battle that rages for the rulership of our hearts, Tripp made a comment, “We still tend to credit God with faithfulness only when things in our lives seem to be working.” Ouch! I cannot think of an instance when I have given God credit for, nor encouraged someone with, God’s fai...

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Christ: The Focus of Biblical Theology

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This week, in the third and final post in our series on biblical theology, we examine one final outcome of studying biblical theology. In addition to enriching our study of Scripture, teaching us our spiritual heritage, and leading us to worship—as we outlined last time—biblical theology yields still one more rich benefit: It Trains Us to Set Our Eyes Upon Chr...

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Why Study Biblical Theology?

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Why Study Biblical Theology? In our previous post, “What is Biblical Theology?” we attempted to provide a general description of biblical theology in distinction from systematic theology. In this context, we asserted that the general aim of biblical theology is: …to carefully study and trace out the chronological development of major narrative themes w...

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Ask the Pastor: The First Marriages

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A question and answer session with Pastor Josh. ...

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What is Biblical Theology?

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What is Biblical Theology? The principal concern of biblical theology is to carefully study and trace out the chronological development of major narrative themes within Scripture (e.g. Priesthood, Kingdom, Messiah, etc.) with an aim toward seeing the Bible’s interconnectedness with greater clarity and being equipped to more readily recognize it as the telling of a s...

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Ask the Pastor: On Christ and the Law

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A question and answer session from this week's sermon. ...

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Ask the Pastor: On Sanctification and Relationships

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A question and answer session from this week's sermon. ...

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The Prayer that No One Deserves, Part III

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From John 17:6-10 we learn that Jesus prays the prayer that no one deserves so that the elect would treasure a grace that no one could destroy. Our delight from this passage, how it applies to our heart, is that election is the good news that salvation is not just offered but effected....

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