Monthly Archives: July 2009

Grace tried… is glory in its infancy

Has Grace truly embraced you?  And reciprocally, have you truly embraced Grace?  As I briefly and inadequately consider grace this morning, I readily see what I have been taught and what I have believed… that I am saved by grace and … Continue reading

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Welcome, welcome Jesus…what way soever thou come

I’ve had a chance to enjoy reading from various sources that I don’t often have time for as I am away on vacation with my family.  Here is something from a Puritan brother that I was blessed to think on… … Continue reading

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Look Ever to Jesus

…through faith we overcome.   How could it be that this ‘faith’ is our own?  No.  Go back and look again if this is your disposition.  You don’t have faith…never had it… never will, except by the grace of God.  You belong … Continue reading

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Hannah’s Sovereign God

I love Hannah’s prayer in chapter two of 1 Samuel.  The LORD has heard her cry and granted her the petition she made to him.  She conceives and Samuel is born. Look, see and hear what she prays and how … Continue reading

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Do I long for Holiness?

I confess I am not there yet… but by God’s grace and mercy I am on the way. The Loneliness of Holiness What a breath of fresh air it is when one’s life experience is validated in the lives and … Continue reading

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What is the Church?

Mark Driscoll brings a really good message to the Advance09 conference and he does this subject well.  What is the Church? This message is a good one, especially for church leadership to sit down and give solid attention to.  My church … Continue reading

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She’s Home… rejoicing yet with sorrow

Lisa, from ‘Thoughts from the Teahouse’ just posted this and it brings an update to something I had posted back in May entitled ‘She’s Dying’.  If nothing else, let me encourage you to go and listen to Rachel’s testimony after … Continue reading

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