Monthly Archives: November 2017

Maximum Glory

Thursday, November 30                  Pastor Doug made an interesting point about Jesus’ comment in John 17:5.  “And now, Father, glorify me in your presence with the glory I had with you before the … Continue reading

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An “On My Knees” Attitude

Wednesday, November 29             I have been concerned with my prayer life recently.  It has to do with the fact that I don’t pray enough.  And it’s not just how much I pray, or how … Continue reading

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Repentance

Tuesday, November 28                          Repentance is not an emotion; it’s an action of the will.  When we sin we violate God’s standard and fall under condemnation.  That might or … Continue reading

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The Joys of Heaven

Monday, November 27              In a recent sermon, Pastor Doug raised a very enigmatic question.  “Do we really want eternal life?”  For most of us, we tend to concentrate on the joys of heaven, of … Continue reading

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Why Prophecies?

Sunday, November 26                   John 17 records Jesus’ prayer during his upper room discourse with his disciples just a few hours before facing the cross.  He recounts how the Father gave him … Continue reading

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  “Son of Man”

Saturday, November 25              Jesus was called both “The Son of Man” and “The Son of God.”  He laid claim to both of those titles, and gave plenty of evidence to support his claims.  He … Continue reading

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A Call for Reform

Friday, November 24                   D.A. Carson, Praying with Paul, p. xiv.  “. . . is it not true that by and large we are better at organizing than agonizing?  Better at  administration … Continue reading

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