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Misconceptions about the Ministry

“And Jesus went throughout all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom and healing every disease and every affliction. When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were … Continue reading

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A Laying On Of Hands by the Chief of Chaplains for New Service at RTS

This week I am preaching at a conference at Fort Jackson, SC on “Renewing Your Passion for Preaching” to chaplains from all over the world. Many chaplains have flown to Fort Jackson for the conference, and a host of others … Continue reading

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Lord, I Want to Walk Your Way: Glorying in the Third Use of the Law in Ephesians 4-6

Psalm 119;97; 119.113; 119.163; and Ephesians 4.1, 17; 5.1-2; 6.1-9 To Disentangle, Define and Describe the Law of God There is great misunderstanding about the Law of God. And to know the truth is to know freedom. To lack truth … Continue reading

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Remembering a Precious Flower in the Flock

As a pastor, you collect the lives of your people in your heart like one collects fragrant and beautiful wild flowers while walking down a mountain path. You take them home. You look at them and you remember each turn … Continue reading

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Thinking about the Cedar Falls Bible Conference, Willa Cather and Ha Erets

This summer I’m preaching at the annual Cedar Falls Bible Conference in Cedar Falls, Iowa. They hold it at a campground just like they’ve been doing since the turn of the last century. Some of the same families who were … Continue reading

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Devotional Commentary of The Twenty-Third Psalm

The following is from my devotion times in which I have wanted to provide commentary and reflection on this most beautiful and familiar of Psalms, for the direct blessing of the people of God and to draw others, perhaps who … Continue reading

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An Epithalamium: Twenty-Five Years Later by Our Son, John Michael

An epithalamium (other spellings include the title that John Donne used in his famous poem) is a nuptial poem. Sometimes, in Roman days, a choir of all-girls might have sung it to the wedding party. Over the years many of … Continue reading

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