4 min to read A poem titled “The Hound of Heaven” influenced G.K. Chesterton and J.R.R. Tolkien, and lots of other people with famous dotted initials. The poem pictures …
EIGHT FACETS OF FAITHFUL PREACHING
2 min to read Faithfulness is multifaceted; there is much more to it than simply capturing the dominant thrust of the passage we are expounding, essential as that is. Faithful servants of God’s Word prove themselves to be faithful stewards of it when they:
TO READ SLOWLY
< 1 minute “But reading as slowly as O’Hara did in 1959 was easier then than now. The concept of being busy had not reached it’s apogee, as …
PROPITIATION (A BIG WORD)
< 1 minute Last Sunday, we considered again the biblical term propitiation. It’s a hard one to get our minds around. Here’s a helpful definition, as you meditate …
THE SEVEN CARDINAL REQUISITES OF PREACHING
4 min to read These seven requisites (not excellences, but requisites) are seven minimal requirements R.L. Dabney believed (and his viewers agreed) were essential to every sermon. None of these seven categories is subjective; each is perfectly susceptible of objective evaluation. #preaching
A HAPPY CHRISTIAN
< 1 minute On this happy 185th birthday of the incomparable Charles Spurgeon, I believe he was a happy christian despite the dark clouds of depression which often darkened his skies. Happiness in Jesus is a fight, and Spurgeon was an admirable fighter.
NEVER DESPAIR OF ONE
< 1 minute Ministers ought never to despair of the salvation of any sinner. To despair of any one is just the way to make him despair of …
< 1 minute Christians are made for happiness. Don’t take John Piper’s word for it. Listen to these prolific voices.