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David Powlison. Worry: Pursuing a Better Path to Peace.  Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, March 1st 2004. 30 pp.

5 out of 5

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This is a counseling booklet on the topic of worrying.  It is a part of a series published by Presbyterian and Reformed called “Resources for Changing Lives” which feature booklets on various biblical counseling issues.  While some of the booklets in the series could be very specific and tailored for particular individuals going through certain issues such as A.D.D, OCD, self-injury and suicidal thoughts, I thought this booklet on worry would definitely be useful to a larger amount of people since every one of us struggle with worrying in one degree or another about something.


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This is a satire by a channel on Youtube called John B. Crist.

I thought it perfectly satirized those who are into being cool than into following Jesus and being faithful to Him.

Sadly I think there’s too many than there should be of Christians and so-called Christians who are like that; especially in youth ministry, college ministries, etc.

I thought it was interesting that they even mentioned Furtick.  I can’t stand his preaching.

Before anyone comment on here to say I don’t understand this generation, that I’m old and out of touch with the “future” which consists of Millennials, please, I’m a Millennial myself.

Let’s be faithful to Christ, the Gospel and God’s Word as our focus instead of fashion and trends.  Let’s make disciples for all chapters of life and not just the early half.

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Here is a collection of links on Presuppositional apologetics between May 8th-14th, 2014.

1.) Evidence for God: Messianic Prophecies

2.) All Four Volumes of John Frame’s Theology of Lordship Series

3.) Van Til quote: Beginning From Above


5.) Why I Am an Atheist: A Conversation with Dr. Stephen Law

6.) Ultimate Authority

7.) Why I Changed from Classical to Presuppositional Apologetics

8.) Why Francis Schaeffer Matters: His Approach to Apologetics – Part 6

9.) Checkmate


Missed the last round up?  Check out the re-blogged post from a friend OR that of Another REBLOG HERE

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Happy Mother’s Day!

On this day many in America will be honoring their mothers.  As Christians we must live out what God wants that we honor our parents.

I know Resurrection Sunday/Easter was last month but I’m still on a spiritual high after preaching the whole month of April on the death and resurrection of Christ.  There’s some famous final words of Jesus on the cross.

But I think there’s one set that we often miss over.  And its totally appropriate on Mother’s Day.


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Ephesians 5:22 teaches “Wives, be subject to your own husbands, as to the Lord.”  Yet we also know that husbands should not be tyrannical.  How can husbands lead and not be a tyrant?  I thought this quote from John Piper was worth meditating upon:


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On April 22nd, 2017 Christian apologist Doctor James White presented on the topic of New Testament Reliability for South Dakota Apologetics at Parkview Church in Rapid City, South Dakota.  The reliability of the New Testament is one of Dr. White’s field of study.

Here are the two lectures:


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Last month I posted Who Is God? Trinity Debate: Dr. James White vs Bro. Joe Ventilacion.  This was a debate between Christian apologist James White and a defender of the cult Iglesia ni Cristo.

Iglesia ni Cristo denies the deity of Christ.  In the comment section of my post someone introduced some arguments and verses against the divinity of Christ. In this post I want address one of the commentator’s argument:

God dies not get tired Isa40:28 . Christ got tired ,John 4:6 .

Isaiah 40:28 states “Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the earth Does not become weary or tired. His understanding is inscrutable.

John 4:6 states “and Jacob’s well was there. So Jesus, being wearied from His journey, was sitting thus by the well. It was about the sixth hour.

Does the fact that Jesus got tired meant that Jesus was not Divine?  I don’t think so let me explain.


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