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To Eat of the Tree of Life | Revelation 2:7

For a church facing cultural and doctrinal pressure it is easy to be sharp in doctrine but dull in love for the lost. Eating of the tree that gives life is the promised solution held out by the risen Christ. 

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As You Wish | Hebrews 12:28

In this devotional we explore what it means to pray for our Father's kingdom to come and his will to be done. We recognize that we are asking that the kingdom which Jesus inaugurated in his first coming will be consummated in his second coming. We are praying for our Father to grow us in grace and conform us to the image of Jesus in our affections, actions, and volitions. May we love and serve him and our neighbors faithfully and fruitfully through the Spirit.

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The Galilean | John 21:1-14

At the close of his Gospel account, John describes the disciples having breakfast on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. After the tumultuous events of Calvary and the empty tomb, this may strike us an insignificant or anti-climatic event to record. Is it?

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A Childlike Trust - The Lord’s Prayer | Matthew 6:5-13

This message addresses the 'who' of prayer. We do not pray to an unknown or unknowable deity. We do not pray to an indifferent or aloof God. Rather, Christians pray to Our Father. The one who loves, creates, redeems, rescues, and renews us in Christ through his Holy Spirit. We are his  beloved children and he is our heavenly father.

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Eating Christ: What, Why and How | John 6:53-56

Because communing with God was the goal of our creation, the story of Scripture begins with instructions on what and what not to eat. Throughout the history of salvation, the Lord signified and sealed his salvation of his people with a meal. In John 6:53-56, however, our Lord made explicit the reality was heretofore covered in shadows: what must be eaten is neither fruit nor bread but Christ himself. 

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Robert Rollock: Commentary on the Epistle of St. Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians

In this episode of Office Hours, Dr. R. Scott Clark gives an overview and critique of Robert Rollock's (1555-1599), "Commentary on the Epistle of St. Paul the Apostle to the Ephesians," book 5 in the Classic Reformed Theology series from Reformation Heritage books. 

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The Foundational Qualification for Ministry | John 21:15-17

Guests, James Lee   |     |   New Testament, John   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

As the risen Christ forgives Peter and restores him to his Apostolic office and ministry, He reminds Peter and us what the foundational qualification for Christian ministry is.

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Why Pray? | Matthew 6:5-13

This devotional commences a series exploring the Lord's Prayer. This morning we will seek to unpack the answer to the question: Why Pray? We will examine some of the challenges of prayer, as well as some of the reasons to pray. We will highlight the 'who' or prayer, as we pray to Our Father, in the Son, through the Holy Spirit: the one who loves us and is for us.

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Boundless Joy | Philippians 1:18b-26

What makes Paul joyful?  It certainly was circumstances and future expectations.  Paul's boundless joy is tethered to the eternal promise of God, the same promises believers have in Christ Jesus.  

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