Monthly Archives: September 2010

Will Christians be judged?

Here is a great post by an honored and well grounded reformed pastor. Will Christians Be Judged? Rev. Richard D. Phillips • Question Box Tenth Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia • October 15, 2000 Copyright reserved • Internet access via www.tenth.org Tonight’s question … Continue reading

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Telling our children about God’s wondrous deeds

I was reading through the Psalter Hymnal recently and ran across this song: Let Children hear the Mighty Deeds Let children hear the mighty deeds which God performed of old, which in our younger years we hard, and which our parents … Continue reading

Posted in evangelism, family, parenting

The Replay of Micah 1:2-7

Last night I had a great conversation with some folks in the church about the judgment of Christ upon believers.  There were some wonderful thoughts, but what struck me most was how quick we, reformed believers, are to dismiss any … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln on praying for national success

It may seem strange that any men should dare to ask a just God’s assistance in wringing their bread from the sweat of other men’s faces, but let us judge not, that we be not judged. The prayers of both … Continue reading

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Consider your life: God’s judgment is fierce (Micah 1:3-7)

Last week we began by learning a little bit about Micah and the prophecies he uttered.  Today we will take our first crack at understanding the book and its meaning in our day and age.  If you recall, the book … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Catechism Q47

Q.47. But isn’t Christ with us until the end of the world as he promised us? A. Christ is truly human and truly God.  In his human nature Christ is not now on earth; but in his divinity, majesty, grace … Continue reading

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The Replay of Micah 1:1-2

As we reflect on the message of Micah 1:1-2 for us this week I have been struck by God’s use of his chosen people as a tool to teach the world about their sin. God uses those he loves in … Continue reading

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Where’s Jesus – The Covenant of Circumcision (Genesis 17)

Most of us are familiar with legal contracts.  In a legal contract, each party promises to do certain things in return for concessions from the other party.  If anyone breaks the contract, it is considered null and void.  However, a … Continue reading

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Corrie ten Boom on godliness in business

Do you live like this? “Corrie ten Boom tells a story about her father that exemplifies the godliness Micah describes.  Her father was a watchmaker, and the family was experiencing great financial hardship.  A wealthy man came into his shop … Continue reading

Posted in Discipleship, parenting, spiritual formation, theological

Micah 1:1-2 An Introduction

We have finished our study through the book of Galatians after 7 months.  It was a wonderful study full of Grace and the Gospel.  Today we begin a study in the book of Micah, one of the twelve Minor Prophets.  … Continue reading

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