• Walk Worthy

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  • Watch Who You Imitate

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  • The Courage of Holy Conviction

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  • The Wedding at Cana

    John 2:1–5

    Jesus is our Lord and Teacher, and His willingness to celebrate at a wedding and even to receive extravagant gifts (John 12:1–8) shows us that Christian discipleship is not incompatible with enjoying nice things in life. We are called to ...Read More

  • Lay Duties: Teaching, Admonishment, and Thanks

    Colossians 3:16–17

    Giving thanks in all things does not mean pretending that evil events are inherently good things. Instead, giving thanks in all things means showing gratitude to God for His sustenance and His work of sanctifying us in both the good ...Read More

  • Love and Church Discipline

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  • Seeking and Saving the Lost

    Luke 19:1–10

    God cares about the souls of His image bearers and so must we. Our friends, family, coworkers, neighbors, and acquaintances who do not know Christ will endure God’s wrath forever if they do not trust Jesus before they die. Let ...Read More

  • God’s Ongoing Work of Missions

    John 14:15–17

    We dare not rest on our own cleverness or organization when it comes to fulfilling the task of world missions. Though we are to use wisdom in how we approach the task of preaching the gospel to all nations, the ...Read More

  • Preaching the Kerygma

    Acts 8:1–8

    From time to time, we should all stop and consider how we are playing our part in evangelizing and discipling the nations. Are we well equipped with the basic gospel so that we can share it, or do we need ...Read More

  • Cruciform Discipleship

    Mark 8:34–35

    Dr. R.C. Sproul writes in his commentary Mark that “the Christian life is a throwaway life.” We must be willing to lose all we have now in order to gain everything in the world to come. This does not ...Read More

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