Daily Archives: April 11, 2011

The Eloquence of Infants

John Calvin observes: “[I]nfants, while they nurse at their mothers’ breasts, have tongues so eloquent to preach his glory that there is no need at all of other orators.” Advertisements

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Babies Cannot But Trust

My good friend Mark Horne posted this short quote on the inescapable faith of infants: Noelle Maria Donathan, born March 9, 2011 (Ash Wednesdsay), baptized March 27, 2011. To such as you belong the Kingdom of God. When Jesus told … Continue reading

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Lenten Quote, Day 29

“How can we complain when He Himself was considered ‘as one struck by God and afflicted’.” (Isa. 53:4) ~ St. Therese of Lisieux

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Welcoming the King…

Robert Rayburn writes: …you cannot welcome the King of Kings astride his white steed, with the armies of heaven following behind him, until you have welcomed, trusted, and loved the humble king, riding on the colt of a donkey, who … Continue reading

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Jesus as the Coming Ark

Leithart sees Jesus’ Triumphal Entry as a typological fulfillment of the coming of the ark into Jerusalem in II Samuel 6 and I Kings 8. He observes: Jesus is in the center of a procession, as the ark was in … Continue reading

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