Monthly Archives: April 2012

God Who Raises the Dead

Denny Burk preached an excellent, encouraging, and uplifting sermon on 2 Corinthians 1:3-11 this morning at Kenwood Baptist Church, exhorting us to endure suffering in light of the rock-solid reality that God raises the dead. Listen here. 2 Corinthians 1:8-10: For … Continue reading

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Gerald Green Dunk

This was so good I had to put it up here.  Check out Gerald Green’s dunk from earlier this season.  You know it’s good when the opponent’s bench reacts like that.

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Book Bits: Robert Letham’s The Work of Christ

Here are a few worthy quotes thus far from Letham’s The Work of Christ. 1.  “The work Christ came to do was seen as the fulfilment of everything that the prophets had foretold, of all that the priesthood and cultus … Continue reading

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Finding Life in Death

This week at T4G David Platt shared this quote of Romanian pastor Josef Tson, who recalls an episode in which he faced some interrogators who intended to kill him: During an early interrogation I had told an officer who was threatening to … Continue reading

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Christ is Risen

Again, happy Easter.  This is a great song.  1 Corinthians 15. On a related note, this is a great article by Jim Hamilton on the significance of the third day as a biblical theme, fulfilled in the resurrection of Christ.

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That’s My King!

This never gets old.  Happy Easter.

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Strength in Weakness

Rare is the person who has not thought himself or herself weak and inadequate.  Turns out, that’s the point. Dane Ortlund to those entering the ministry: God’s grace is sufficient for you. Get over yourself. You are weak. You are inadequate. You … Continue reading

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