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The Crook in the Lot

Introduction

One of the first people that I hope to meet in heaven is the Scottish theologian Thomas Boston, who was the subject of my doctoral research ...


Trusting in the sovereign will of God


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The Good Life

Introduction

People may not sing it much anymore, but the following Herb Magidson song was popular in its day:

You're gonna take that ocean trip, no matter, ...

Rightly relishing the pleasures of God


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The Future and Forgetting

Introduction

Most historians agree that the two most influential leaders of the early church were Simon Peter, the big fisherman, and Saul of Tarsus, who ...



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Same Old, Same Old

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After 15 years at Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Philip Ryken accepted the call to become the next president ...


There is nothing new on this earth; but when we look above, God gives us new life each day.


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The Kingdom of God Is Near
The Kingdom of God Is Near

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Hamilton's passage is but two verses long, but the chief idea of those two verses—the kingdom of God—knows no bounds. ...


The kingdom of God is both present reality all around us and a vision that we work toward in the future.


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Go With the Flow

Introduction

I'm told that the U.S. standard railroad gauge is four feet, eight-and-one-half inches between the rails. Why such an odd number? It's very ...


In order to be used by God, Christians must go with the flow when he initiates changes in their lives.


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Scars from an Old Wound

It was the most important day of his life. At long last he was going to be able to enter into the Holy of Holies. Zachariah was a descendant of Aaron; ...


It is our past pain that keeps us from believing what God promises us today.


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Triumphing Over the Past

I doubt that there is any more debilitating problem for Christian people than the problem of regrets. We feel subject to the guilt of something that we ...


Regardless of our past, God's grace allows us to rejoice.


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Living Expectantly

I'm sure that you hear it sometimes on the elevator. At other times if you're waiting in a doctor's office, you hear it. If you're shopping in the mall, ...


We must not be limited by the past, because God is always doing a new thing.


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A Twinge of Nostalgia

One wintry day the children put a top hat on their snowman, and, in a spell of Christmas magic, he came to life.

Frosty the Snowman showed those children ...


We must live in the present in order to seize the future God has planned for us.


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