Monthly Archives: May 2018

Tuesdays with Jeremiah (Chapter 2)

In Jeremiah 2 we start to get the picture of the spiritual condition of the nation. It’s not a pretty picture at all. Themes that will be traced and developed throughout the book are introduced here:  Israel’s infidelity to the LORD, Israel’s … Continue reading

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Abiding + Asking = Abounding

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been spending time digging into John 15 in preparation for a series of messages I am scheduled to give at the National Conference for the Associated Gospel Churches of Canada. In this wonderful passage, … Continue reading

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Tuesdays With Jeremiah (Chapter 1)

[Last Tuesday, I introduced a new series of posts I’m calling “Tuesdays with Jeremiah” (with a nod to Tuesdays with Morrie).  Each Tuesday I hope to post summary reflections on a chapter in Jeremiah’s book.  Today, chapter 1.] Jeremiah was … Continue reading

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Excellent Preaching Book; Great Price

In our preaching courses at Heritage, one of the books we often use as a textbook is Dr. Ramesh Richard’s excellent work, Preaching Expository Sermons. I’ve known Ramesh since my days at Dallas Seminary.  He was one of my professors … Continue reading

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Tuesdays with Jeremiah

Over twenty years ago, Mitch Albom’s book, Tuesdays with Morrie, was published.  The book, which became a New York Times Best-Seller, was based on conversations Mitch had with a professor from his university days–Morrie Schwartz.  After hearing that Schwartz had … Continue reading

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