Monthly Archives: April 2012

Holy Saturday: Behold the Lamb of God

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The Dating of Revelation by Khristian Trotter

In his Chrysostom paper, Khristian Trotter, a young parishioner at Providence Church, tackled the dating of Revelation. Here is his excellent introduction to the discussion: Hello, my name is Khristian Trotter and I would like to thank you for giving … Continue reading

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The Triune Work at the Cross

The cross is the work of the Father, who gave His Son in love for the world; the cross is the work of the Son, who did not cling to equality with God but gave Himself to shameful death; the … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday Exhortation

The Bible gives us one ritual to do consistently in the New Covenant: The Lord’s Supper.  On this evening, we do what our Lord taught us once more. We dine with the King of glory, just as his disciples dined … Continue reading

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Chrysostom Papers

I always encourage my young parishioners in Word and in Sacrament that the world is Christ’s. Everything is His, and not one square inch can be taken. I am always delighted to have our young parishioners articulate these ideas in … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday, My Song is Love Unknown

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Revelation Study, Part IV, The Nature of Revelation

Study #3  Study #2  Study #1  Welcome to our fourth review of Revelation using David Chilton’s Days of Vengeance as our main source. Another introductory issue we want to tackle is the matter of the nature of Revelation. Revelation is … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday Sermon: Zechariah 9:9-12; The Coming of the King of Peace

People of God, the Triumphal Entry is another Advent of Jesus. Indeed his final Advent before death. As orthodox Christians we await the final Advent of Jesus at the end of history when he shall come to judge the living … Continue reading

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