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Sun, Dec 24, 2017
Our heavenly Father expects Christians to receive all gifts as if from His hand personally with a proper acknowledgement and thanksgiving, along with a proper utilisation and care for the gifts of which we are now stewards of.
Mon, Dec 11, 2017
Christmas is about being with family—but it is not what you think. God has provided you with a family to nurture you, worship with you, grow with you and it extends around the world past, present and future.
Sun, Dec 03, 2017
The reason Christians celebrate Christmas with food and feasting is to commemorate with thanksgiving the Advent of the coming one who offers himself for us to feast upon.
Sun, Nov 26, 2017
True Christian discipleship trains you to die to yourself and follow Christ so zealously that you will never be ashamed to do it publicly and privately.
Sun, Nov 19, 2017
When, as the recently crucified and risen Lord, Jesus stood before His followers and uttered the Great Commission, He was calling them to a task, which for them and the rest of God’s people was basically new in more than one way.
Sun, Nov 12, 2017
As Christians live obedient lives under the God’s law, God’s blessing of His people calls us to sing His song of salvation to all the nations. We’re talking about you—
Sun, Nov 05, 2017
Christians have certain freedoms in Christ that we can enjoy and be blessed with, but only insofar as these freedoms are not misused to the harm of others. In seeking the good of others, we fulfil the Law of God.
Sun, Oct 29, 2017
All things are done for the glory of God, and it is to God alone that all glory belongs. This Sola is the capstone of all the others. All of the others are meaningless if they are not connected to this final phrase. This is the final appeal of all the others in terms of them making sense. God’s Glory is that which is profoundly foundational and exquisite in the explanation of the Scriptures alone, grace alone through faith alone, in Christ alone.
Sun, Oct 22, 2017
The Reformers reaffirmed from Scripture the doctrine of Solus Christus, there is no mediator but Christ, and, Solo Christo—through Christ alone or by Christ alone.
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