Posts Tagged The Gospel

adoption: planned, accomplished, and applied, part one

Looking through the halls of time, The Father chose a fallen race In his good pleasure, redeeming sons To show the glory of His Grace Adopted children, thy voices raise, Praise the Father’s choosing grace. Some of you may remember the poem I wrote entitled “A Trinitarian Adoption”; it tried to encompass the glorious view […]


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coffee, tea, and the beauty of the Gospel

I can never drink Maxwell House or Folgers the way I might once have; along the same lines, I can’t really drink Lipton with the same enthusiasm as I did several years ago. And the reason is not that I made a decision at some point in time that I just wasn’t going to be […]

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music paper, part two

How are we to emulate pattern of Christ in our music choices? Perhaps the most beautiful, fluent way by which the human heart can express itself (especially combined with poetic lyrics); one of the central heartbeats of culture, being always a center piece of religion, romance, celebration and mourning; and not least, something which we […]


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    "I find that when I am most helped, I write: and that by writing, I am helped." Augustine of Hippo
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    “We love the old saints, missionaries, martyrs, and reformers. Our Luthers, Bunyans, Wesleys and Asburys, etc... We will write their biographies, reverence their memories, frame their epitaphs, and build their monuments. We will do anything except imitate them. We cherish the last drop of their blood, but watch carefully over the first drop of our own.”
    - A. W. Tozer
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