Monthly Archives: August 2009

Communion Meditation; Ephesians 6

Brothers and Sisters, the armor of God protects us from all the wiles of the devil and it conquers the authorities and powers. But every warrior must at some point stop and enjoy his victory. Not only does the soldier … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter; Psalm 23

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Exhortation: Providence Church, Pray with Your Eyes Open, Part II

Exhortation, Part I Call to Worship: Let the favor of the Lord our God be upon us, and establish the work of our hands upon us; yes, establish the work of our hands! Salutation:   Pastor: In the Name of the Father, … Continue reading

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I am Non-Denominational! Interview with John Fraiser

On this special edition we spoke with John Fraiser on the topic of Non-Denominationalism. EPISODE LINK John is a member at Concordia Lutheran Church in Louisville, KT. He graduated with a M.Div from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and is … Continue reading

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Reforming Marriage by Douglas Wilson; Review and Analysis, part 3

Review, Part I Review, Part II The second earthly reason for marriage is “godly children.”[1] Malachi 2:15 states that God seeks a godly offspring. Man alone is completely helpless. God desires that this world be filled with godly children. His … Continue reading

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Hollywood Worldviews: Interview with Mr. Brian Godawa

It was a real honor to have Brian on the show. He is the author of Hollywood Worldviews: Watching Movies with Wisdom and Discernment.Brian is a gifted screenwriter and a wonderful testimony of what an engaged Christian looks like. Our … Continue reading

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Temporary Special Call

Federal Vision advocates claim that the benefits of the covenant belong to the covenant people. Whether some of those in the covenant will apostatize or not, God still promises to bless them while they are in the covenant. Some have … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter

Psalm 130, Out of the Depths

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A Pastor’s Note: Psalm 14

Greetings in Christ’s Name. Psalm 14 is the Biblical charge against those who deny the existence of God. According to the Psalmist “the fool says in his heart there is no God.” But this is not just a denial of … Continue reading

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Trinity Talk: Discussion on Infant Baptism

In this special edition of Trinity Talk, we interviewed Dr. Gregg Strawbridge. We dealt with the nature of baptism in Acts, the question of infant faith in Psalm 22:9 and the relationship between Jeremiah 31 and Hebrews 8. Truly a … Continue reading

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Review of “The Liturgy Trap” by James B. Jordan

The Bible is the voice of the Father, of the Husband; tradition is the voice of the Mother, of the Bride. JBJ The Liturgy Trap by James B. Jordan is a concise critique of Roman Catholic, Orthodox and Anglo-Catholic traditions. … Continue reading

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Kuyper Lovers

For the Kuyper Lovers, here is the audio recording of his masterful Encyclopedia of Sacred Theology. Now you can carry Kuyper in your pocket!

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The False Health Care Debate

Note: I thought I add some thoughts to this discussion from a Christian Libertarian perspective in the tradition of R.J. Rushdoony and Gary North.–UTB “We are all socialists now,” declared Newsweek.[1] Newsweek is a few decades too late. We have … Continue reading

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Exhortation: Providence Church, Pray with Your Eyes Open, Part I

Call to Worship: Let the favor of the Lord our God be upon us, and establish the work of our hands upon us; yes, establish the work of our hands! Salutation:   Pastor: In the Name of the Father, and the Son, … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter: Psalm 46, “A Mighty Fortress in the Storm”

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Rand Paul on the”deathers”

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Sermons and Congregational Music

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Theology of Cross and Glory

Luther’s categories seem to be equally appropriate to Covenant Renewal Worship.  The first part of the service is meditative and introspective. There is a confession of sins where we kneel, followed by private confession of sins. There is an initial … Continue reading

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Ephesians 3:14-21, Quote

Excerpt taken from my sermon (third in an eight part series) on Ephesians: There is no doubt that the mission of the Triune God is one grounded and rooted in love. In fact, the members of the Trinity form a … Continue reading

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Misunderstanding Revelation? Interview with Dr. James B. Jordan

Show: 45 minutes In this episode of Trinity Talk, we interviewed Dr. James B. Jordan on the purpose and nature of the Book of Revelation. We discussed symbolism, liturgy and a host of other topics. Dr. James Jordan is the … Continue reading

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Communion Meditation

People of God, we are members one of another; we are all partakers of Christ. We share a common family and a common heritage.  Calvin writes that this supper is “to exhort us to all holiness and innocence, inasmuch as … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter, Psalm 103:12-14

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Ephesians 2:11-20, Quote

Taken from my second sermon in an eight part series on Ephesians: The Ascended Christ is conquering His enemies, so too, are we conquering enemies of Yahweh through the gospel. As the Father raised Jesus from the dead by His … Continue reading

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Joel McDurmon and Zeitgeist

My friend Joel McDurmon, author of Zeitgeist: The Movie Exposed was interviewed earlier today in the Detroit Christian Radio. The audience continues to be interested, if not, captivated by DaVinci Code-like documentaries. Zeitgeist was quite a hit with popular atheists, … Continue reading

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Laughter as an Art

I have long been fond of laughter. If you have met me you know that I do not fear laughing. When things are funny, laughter is the necessary response. G.K. Chesterton criticizes those who do not know the art of … Continue reading

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Quote, Praying Biblically

God’s readiness to hear and willingness to grant His people’s prayers are continually proclaimed throughout Scripture (Ps. 9:10; 10:17-18; 18:3; 34:15-17; 37:4-5; 50:14-15; 145:18-19).  God has given us numerous examples of imprecatory prayers, showing repeatedly that one aspect of a … Continue reading

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Review of Postmillennialism: An Eschatology of Hope by Keith Mathison

Then comes the end, when He delivers up the kingdom to the God and Father, when He has abolished all rule and all authority and power. For He must reign until He has put all His enemies under His feet. … Continue reading

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Biblical Economics with Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr.

On this episode of Trinity Talk, we were honored to have Dr. R.C. Sroul Jr. Bio: Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. is a pastor at Saint Peter Presbyterian Church, and founder and teacher at Highlands Ministries, both in southwest Virginia. He … Continue reading

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Ephesians 1:3-14, Quote

Taken from my first sermon in a seven part series on Ephesians: We cannot exercise dominion over this present world; we cannot bring the heavenly vision to earth without the Truth of the Word of Life. Civilizations have come and … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter

Reformed Presbyterian International 2008 Psalm Singing

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