January

 

World Reformed Fellowship

In Jesus' High Priestly Prayer recorded for us in John 17, we hear Jesus praying tenderly for "those which you (the Father) have given me " who are in the world but not of it. But not only does Jesus pray for those living at that time, but He... next...

The Beauty of Reformed Fellowship

This was a speech delivered at the conference of World Reformed Fellowship. When we speak of Reformed fellowship, we are speaking of the Church, the Koinonia, the communion of the saints, the elect, those who were once “no people”... next...

The “Catholicity” of the Church

While attending the orgamzmg meeting of the World Reformed Fellowship, I was reminded of the ancient confession of the church, “I believe ... one holy, catholic church” (Apostles’ Creed). When enjoying fellowship with representatives... next...

The Fear of God as a Central Part of Reformed Spirituality

This morning devotional was given at the conference of the World Reformed Fellowship. “Meaningless! Meaningless!/I says the Teacher. Not only was the Teacher wise, but also he imparted knowledge to the people. He pondered and searched... next...

The Value of an Unwritten Letter (Part II)

Jude, a servant of Jesus Christ and a brother of James, to those who have been called, who are loved by God the Father and kept by Jesus Christ: Mercy, peace and love be yours in abundance. Dear friends, although I was very eager...to write... next...

In Spirit & Truth: Psalms, Hymns and Watts

Today we are seeing a revolution in church music. The changes of the past two decades or so include new musical instruments introduced widely into public worship, new and more contemporary styles of melodies for singing, and much more time given... next...

The Shepherd’s Staff: Elders as Pastors, One More Time...

One of the things I have learned the hard way is the importance of repeating the important things often, simply, and dearly. For example, preachers like me will fail to preach gospel expositions of passages like John 3:16 because we personally... next...

Book Briefs

A Woman’s Mission by John J. James ISBN 1-57358-117-8 (Booklet, 34 pages). Retail: $3.00 “The sweetness and urgency of this call to piety from the pen ofa pastor who underswod the potential ofa woman when she is transformed by grace—reaches... next...
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