Grace Is For Sinners

Grace Is For Sinners

Today happens to be a great day for contemplating sinfulness and the immensity of God’s grace. Everyday is of course good for such contemplation, but today is that Saturday sandwiched between Good Friday and Easter that invites solemn reflection. A good place to...

Manipulating God

Manipulating God

Recently I’ve been thinking over my prayer life and my approach to God. When things are busy and hectic in my life my discipline in prayer and bible study will often increase as well. But what has been concerning me is that my disciplines reflect a good deal of...

What He Pleases

What He Pleases

The church has at times struggled with the Sovereignty of God and His goodness. Marcion was an early church trouble maker who eventually was “excommunicated by his own father.” He was trained by Gnostics but developed his own dualism. Not a dualism...

The Lord’s Rebuke

The Lord’s Rebuke

As much as we struggle with grace it seems silly to investigate the Old Testament. We might well be served, we think, to leave off the lessons from the B.C. days so that we can bask in the grace magnifying reality of the Gospel’s or the Epistles of the New...