Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Most Compelling Message Ever

The message of Good Friday and Easter Sunday is the most compelling message ever.  Bar none.  Period. Nothing in fiction can touch the sheer drama of this non-fiction, historical account.  There is no tragedy more poignant than the Bible’s account … Continue reading

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Eyes to See

They tell me dry eyes are a problem.  A real problem.   Evidently, doctors have cures for those who suffer from dry eyes.    Actually, most of us suffer from dry eyes from time to time.   If not from dry eyes, then … Continue reading

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Preach the Gospel To Yourself Every Day

In his book, The Discipline of Grace, Jerry Bridges tells the story of meeting with groups of Christians and asking them this question:  “What one word describes the Bible message you most needed to hear as an unbeliever?”  The answer … Continue reading

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The Man Who Loved Books Too Much

If you’ve been in my office or in our home, you know I love books.  Books are wedged tightly on our shelves and stacked several high on our nightstands.  I have a poster in my office that reads, “Wear the … Continue reading

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The Conviction to Lead

Al Mohler, President of Southern Seminary, has recently written an excellent book for Christian leaders entitled, Conviction to Lead.  He makes the case that Christian leaders must be guided and governed by biblical convictions if they are to lead wisely … Continue reading

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