This Lord’s Day I am preaching on Bible reading, namely, its necessity. I am tempted to quote Article 7 from the Belgic Confession and sit down. Article 7: The Sufficiency of Scripture We believe that this Holy Scripture contains the will of God completely and that everything one must believe to be saved is sufficiently taught […]
Coming this fall Reformation Heritage Books is releasing a wonderful study Bible, the Reformation Heritage King James Study Bible. The biblical text is the KJV, and the study notes reflect the historical reformed tradition as they attempt to encompass robust biblical theology. The study Bible, despite what you may think at first, will be a […]
I preached on Sunday and I was drawing a parallel between the time of the Judges and the church in post-Christian America. I made the comment that America at large is hostile to the Word of God, and for an experiment I offered this suggestion: Go home and put Leviticus 18:22 on Face Book and […]
In my adult class on Sunday morning, we discussed the similarities and differences between Adam, who plunged the world into sin, and Jesus, the Last Adam who brought life into the world. It was enlightening and a joy to see the connections between these two federal heads. Our springboard for discussion was Paul writing to […]
I have had the honor and the privilege of working with a staff that enjoys to dig into the Word and see God. Sometimes, while we are digging and conversing about what we are reading, we are often baffled because our finite minds have a difficult time grasping the infinite God (Deuteronomy 29:29). One of […]
Let the Word of Christ dwell in you richly… Be sure to check out these three helpful tips for Bible reading.
This rather lengthy post is a sermon I was to deliver during an evening service at a local church. The service was canceled because it was the beginning of some polar vortex over our country and it was chilly to say the least. I was excited to deliver the sermon and maybe I will some […]