Category Archives: Westminster Catechism

The Blessings of Being in Seminary

The following message was delivered at New Student Orientation, on August 23, at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC Seminary: A Ministry of Preparation Recently I participated in the ordination of a young man to the Gospel ministry, to pastor a … Continue reading

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Trusting the God Who Speaks

The following post is not a full manuscript but some notes suggestive of the message from Exodus Chapter Three in a series called Trusting God. Exodus 3.1-5 (ESV) Now Moses was keeping the flock of his father-in-law, Jethro, the priest … Continue reading

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A Message for Sinners Only: Romans 3.19-25

The passage before us is an indictment of the sin of Jew and Greek in the Roman church. The Greek who felt justified before God before they didn’t know about the One true God were judged guilty. The law was … Continue reading

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