What is the Chief End of Preaching?

Here is what Dr. David Martyn Lloyd Jones said about preaching – all of the quotes below are from “the Doctor’s” book entitled, Preaching & Preachers. “What is the chief end of preaching?”  I like to think it is this.  It is to give men and women a sense of God and His presence (p. […]

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Common Pitfalls in Seeking God’s Guidance – J. I. Packer

J. I. Packer has a very helpful section in his book, Knowing God on common pitfalls when it comes to seeking God’s guidance in one’s life.  If you have never read this book, I highly commend it to you.  It is truly a classic – good for the soul.  It will enlarge both your head […]

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The Best New Year Resolution Ever!

Knowing God is the best resolution that anyone can make at any time, but especially at the beginning of a New Year.  Knowing God is eternal life. “…This is eternal life, that they know you the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent” (John 17:3).  The LORD says, “Let not the wise man boast […]

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Common Pitfalls in Seeking God’s Guidance – J. I. Packer

J. I. Packer has a very helpful section in his book, Knowing God on common pitfalls when it comes to seeking God’s guidance in one’s life.  If you have never read this book, I highly commend it to you.  It is truly a classic – good for the soul.  It will enlarge both your head and your […]

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Common Pitfalls in Seeking God’s Guidance

J. I. Packer has a very helpful section in his book, Knowing God on common pitfalls when it comes to seeking God’s guidance in one’s life.  If you have never read this book, I highly commend it to you.  It is truly a classic – good for the soul.  It will enlarge both your head […]

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What is a Christian?

What (or who) is a Christian?  For those of us who profess to be Christians, this question might seem bizarre and rather irrelevant.  Why?  Because we have led ourselves to believe that we have gone past the stage where such a question would be relevant.  We are on to “bigger” and “better” things.  Perhaps so. […]

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KNOWING GOD AND BEING KNOWN BY GOD

What matters supremely, therefore, is not, in the last analysis, the fact that I know God, but the larger fact which underlies it – the fact that He knows me.  I am graven on the palms of His hands.  I am never out of His mind.  All my knowledge of Him depends on His sustained […]

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