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Reading Better with Richard Baxter

this article was written by Tim Challies on September 23, 2007.  A few days ago I provided some suggestions for reading more and reading better. I recently dug up this valuable advice from the Puritan Richard Baxter. Centuries ago he wrote some advice … Continue reading

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Yet Not I But Through Christ in Me

Brand new song from CityAlight.  It is a great example of modern, biblical, song writing.  In the face of the shallow songs played on the radio, this is refreshing.

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Our Verseless Bibles

Published by Stand to Reason on 09/25/2018 Written by Greg Koukl Let me offer you a warning that will vastly improve your ability to understand Scripture, if you heed it. It’s a insight for every person who has ever asked, … Continue reading

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Reformation Pratum: All for His Glory

October 26-27, 2018 Emmanuel Bible Church We often forget what society and church life was like before 1517.  We also forget how much the changes from the 16th century still influence our lives today.  Reformation Pratum: All for His Glory will focus … Continue reading

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“Why I Believe the Bible” by Voddie Baucham

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The Five Key Factors in Every Christian’s Sanctification

taken from challies.com Growth in Christlikeness is a lifelong, active progression. We are holier on the day we die than we were on the day we came to Christ. We are holier on the day we die than we are … Continue reading

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7 Marks of a False Teacher

taken from challies.com No one enriches hell more than false teachers. No one finds greater joy in drawing people away from truth and leading them into error. False teachers have been present in every era of human history, they have … Continue reading

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