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Preparatory Prayer for the Sabbath

Our Gracious God, We ask nothing of you except that you calm and search our hearts today so that by Your Spirit we may be hopeful people as we seek earnestly to hear Your Word and to eat of your body and blood. As Augustine once stated “our souls are restless until they find our(…)

The Table of Judgment

Who is allowed to join the table? The answer to that question is everyone. The qualification to the “everyone” is those who believe. Children of believers must by definition be invited to the table. They should find security in the elements just like the children of Israel found security with the blood marks on their(…)

Three Conservative Voices Analyze Bush’s Inaugural Speech

PEGGY NOONAN: Was the president’s speech a case of “mission inebriation”? Chuck Baldwin: A Review of The President’s Inaugural Address Rush Limbaugh: Freedom & God: Our Founding and Our Destiny FacebookemailGoogle+LinkedinTumblrTwitter

Quote, Calvin on the Supper

“I say then, that in the mystery of the Supper, by the symbols of bread and wine, Christ, his body and his blood, are truly exhibited to us…” Book 4, Chapter 17, Section 11 FacebookemailGoogle+LinkedinTumblrTwitter

Michael Crichton’s new novel: State of Fear.

A note: With the success of: The Day After Tomorrow, starring Dennis Quaid, comes a new interest in environmental speculation. I first came across Dr. Crichton three months ago in an interview on ABC. He seemed reasonable and even had the audacity to accuse Hollywood stars of being “stupid.” He was referring to the hundreds(…)

Part 4 – Summary of R.B. Kuiper’s The Glorious Body of Christ

In chapter 32 there is a brief discussion on the role of the sacraments in the life of the church. Kuiper notes that various churches consider the sacraments in different ways. Some (as Roman Catholics) hold to seven sacraments (penance, confirmation, and extreme unction are at least three that are added to the common Protestant(…)