Daily Archives: April 23, 2011

Not a take-it-or-leave it thing…

Take it away, and Karl Marx was probably right to accuse Christianity of ignoring the problems of the material world. Take it away, and Sigmund Freud was  probably right to say that Christianity is a wish-fulfillment religion. Take it away, … Continue reading

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Communion Meditation: Table of Joy

Throughout Church History there have been many Christian groups that have turned the Lord’s Table into a tomb. Necessarily, this way of looking at the Eucharist makes the Lord’s Table a place of self-examination. This is reflected when instead of … Continue reading

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Easter Exhortation: Raised with Christ

The apostle Paul says in Colossians that if then you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. We are a theological people, but we are also … Continue reading

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Lenten Quotes, Day 40

Each Lent should mark a higher level of spiritual life. Each Lent should find us better equipped, when it is over, to keep our baptismal vow, to fight manfully under Christ’s banner, against sin, the world, and the devil, and … Continue reading

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Saturday Psalter, Genevan Psalm 1

I have begun a new project to record all 150 psalms from the Geneven Psalter. They are sung in a faster pace than usual to reflect their powerful, and often, battle-like themes. Here is Psalm 1.

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The Terror of Enemies

Matthew Henry writes: The resurrection of Christ, as it is the joy of his friends, so it is the terror and confusion of his enemies.

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