Bearing Burdens, Being Gods When you look at the world it is possible to become overwhelmed and experience anxiety and weariness. In truth, we can't fix all the world's problems nor are we supposed to.
In a late excellent sermon* the author combats, with great success, the notion of morality being founded in utility. On looking over some loose papers the other day, I found a short conversation on this
How I Accidentally Stumbled Across—And Then Fell in Love with—the Ordinary Means of Grace In this post, Alex Duke tells a story of an ordinary preacher preaching a faithful sermon. He writes, "What happened over
Mr. Hall, in his justly admired Sermon on modern Infidelity, has brought forward some very plausible objections to President Edwards’s definition of virtue, but which appear to be founded in misapprehension. The definition itself is
The Olympics are about Failure Failure is necessary, just look at athletes in the Olympics. Often it is a better teacher than victory. As this post points out, "This is not simply the secular aphorism
That the principle of holiness in Adam, and that which is wrought in believers, are essentially the same, I conclude from the following reasons:— First, They are both formed after the same likeness, the image
Live Where You Live Modern technology can make having a sense of place fleeting, but it is important to live where you are. The author of this post notes, "Living where we are makes the
“Ezra had prepared his heart to seek the law of the Lord, and to do it, and to teach in Israel statutes and judgments.”—Ezra 7:10. My dear brother, the long and intimate friendship which has