The Law of the Harvest

The Law of the Harvest

“…for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.” Galatians 6:7 Sowing is an ancient occupation. God himself performed it. “The Lord planted a garden…(Genesis 2:8).” To man he gave this task upon his expulsion from paradise, “God sent him out of the garden of Eden to till the ground from which he came

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A Chat with my Troubled Soul

A Chat with my Troubled Soul

The internet is ablaze with the news that Pastor Alistair Begg advised a Christian grandmother to attend a wedding in which her grandson was marrying a transgendered person. The interview in which this counsel was shared can be found on YouTube HERE. The vast majority of internet responses from the conservative, Christian perspective can be

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Each One Has His Own Gift

Each One Has His Own Gift

In Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians he gives some advice to married couples. Paul himself was unmarried, at least at the time of the writing of the letter (there is some question or debate about whether Paul might have been a widower). His advice was related to marital faithfulness to prevent temptation from overcoming

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Toxic Spiritual Leadership

Toxic Spiritual Leadership

Toxic leadership appears to be on the rise. Numerous articles are circulating in organizational management literature about the growing problem caused by bad bosses. While this is nothing new, the depth and extent of its modern manifestation seem to be more catastrophic than ever before. For example, during the recent “Great Resignation” (2021-2022) the most

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Joab Speaks Truth to Power

Joab Speaks Truth to Power

The concept of “speak truth to power” is the idea of boldly telling the truth to those in positions of authority. This is an important idea. It embodies the notion that individuals have a responsibility to challenge and question those in power, advocating for justice, accountability, and transparency. Speaking truth to power is often seen

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Do I Inquire of the Lord Enough?

Do I Inquire of the Lord Enough?

Have you ever noticed how often David “inquired of the Lord?” He seems to do this quite a bit. For example, “Therefore David inquired of the Lord, saying, “Shall I go and attack these Philistines?” And the Lord said to David, “Go and attack the Philistines, and save Keilah.”” (1 Samuel 23:2, NKJV). We find this questioning again

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Preaching the Word

Preaching the Word

“And he was preaching the word to them” Mark 2:2 Christ was a preacher; the greatest of preachers. And so all those who would follow after him and be serviceable to the souls of men must be preachers too. The faithful pastor must, first and foremost, be a faithful preacher. Yes, there is much more

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Inescapable Judgment

Inescapable Judgment

“Because there is wrath, beware lest He take you away with one blow; for a large ransom would not help you avoid it.” Job 36:18 Of all of the sobering truths of Scripture, maybe none is quite so powerful as the reality of inescapable judgment. It is this fact that Elihu reminds Job of in

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