Jesus, What Are You Doing Now?

Ascension Day does not get nearly as much attention as most any of the other holy days on our church calendars. On Christmas Eve and Easter we can expect the church to be full. We certainly would never think of canceling our Good Friday Service.... next...

Nothing, Without Love

“If I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but do not have love...I am nothing.” I Corinthians 13:1, 2 It was the great preacher of Ecclesiastes who cried, Meaningless! Meaningless! Everything is meaningless. He was speaking... next...

We Confess: An Exposition & Application of the Belgic Confession Article 23: Of the Justice by Which We Stand Before God

“Justification is just-as-if-I-neversinned.” This Sunday School definition has become the doctrine of justification for many mature Christians because it is so memorable. This statement is true, but it is only half of the truth of... next...

The Main Issue Before the CRCNA Synod for 2005: What is Latria?

What is Latria? Do you need a few clues? It’s not a small country near Estonia. It’s not a large tropical rodent. It is an important issue facing the Christian Reformed Church. The Christian Reformed Synod is currently considering... next...

Looking Above A Series on the Revelation of Jesus Christ Revelation 4:4 “The Twenty-four Elders”

We have been taking a rather detailed look at the description of the throne-room of God set before us in Revelation 4. We are spending our time in the details because Revelation 4 is foundational for the rest of the book of Revelation. In the... next...

A Brief History of the Church Part Two: The New Testament Church and the World

And Jesus led his disciples out as far as Bethany and said to them: “Go ye into all the world, teaching all nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost, teaching them to observe all things what... next...

The Trinity in the Gospel of John (Part II)

The revelation of God as three distinct persons is one of the deepest commitments of the Gospel of John. Practically speaking, it means that when the apostles stood face to face with Jesus Christ, they knew that they were in the very presence... next...
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