Category Archives: Thanksgiving

An Exhortation for Mother’s Day

Grace, Mercy, and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. We cannot begin to think of mothers without speaking of our first mother, Eve. Eve was given the task of beautifying Eden. Her duty was … Continue reading

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Exhortation: A Life of Thanksgiving

Spurgeon once wrote: Before you go out into the world, wash your face in the clear crystal of praise. Bury each yesterday in the fine linen and spices of thankfulness. We are a people skilled in the art of complaining. … Continue reading

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The Ecclesiology of America’s First Calvinist Pastor

…someone or few must needs be appointed over the assembly (for)…determining of all matters, so in this royal assembly, the church of Christ, though all be Kings, yet some most faithful and most able, are to be set over the … Continue reading

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Five Kernels of Corn

by Hezekiah Butterworth ‘Twas the year of the famine in Plymouth of old, The ice and the snow from the thatched roofs had rolled; Through the warm purple skies steered the geese o’er the seas, And the woodpeckers tapped in … Continue reading

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Douglas Wilson’s thoughts on Thanksgiving

So get this straight — the children of light should be overflowing with thanksgiving because the wrath of God is coming…Read the Rest

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