Monthly Archives: October 2009

Keller on Repentance

Probably the best thing I have ever read on repentance as a Christian is Tim Keller’s sermon called “All of life is repentance”. If you are confused about what repentance for a Christian looks like or whether it is even … Continue reading

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Dont let me lie to myself

Going through Psalm 119 over the last few days has reminded me how much passion the Old Testament song writer has for God’s word. He obviously loves is and not simply because he is religious and likes religious ideas but … Continue reading

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He is amazing

This may or may not connect with you but I found the words stirred my heart. You might find that thinking about all of these things lifts Jesus from the two dimensional “cardboard” character that so many picture him as. … Continue reading

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Spurgeon on knowing Christ

For me the temptation to let the busyness of church become the thing that drives and consumes me is very real. It is difficult to pursue a proper connected relationship with Christ when I am always thinking about the next … Continue reading

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Calvin on the heart

Sadly Mike Plant was away this morning so couldn’t give the second lecture on Calvin at the Teesocs Plus course. I had the dubious privilege of filling in and came across a great quote from Calvin on the heart that … Continue reading

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Thirsty for something better

Lots of things lately have got me thinking about what I am thirsty for in life. I mean by that what kind of things do I give my time and effort and money to and how far short do they … Continue reading

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Honesty

I find it a difficult thing to know how honest I can be with God when I talk to him. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not suggesting that I want to tell him lies or try and pull the wool … Continue reading

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