Reblog from The Master’s Seminary: "Teach Your People to Suffer"

I work with people who have lost children to accident, or miscarriage. I work with people who lost spouses, who have been through trauma or war. Below is a wonderful essay in which the author recounts the agony and the blessing of his and his wife's trial, and the suffering they endured to the glory …

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The joy of submitting to Jesus, and the tragedy of rejecting Him: two anecdotes (and a third)

There are two responses to the Gospel, yea or nay. Here is S. Lewis Johnson with an anecdote about a person who said yea.Paul, His Gospel, and Thomas JeffersonGeorge Cutting is a man who is best known for the fact that he’s the author of a little pamphlet. You usually find it in tract racks …

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Awaiting the Blessed Hope

Here is a beautiful drawing from Chris Powers of Full of Eyes Ministry. His picture brings to life the verse from Titus 2:12-14,training us to renounce ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright, and godly lives in the present age, waiting for our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great …

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Interlude: The Scripture cannot be broken

I'm working on a very hard-hitting and uncompromising blog essay. In these apostate times it's easy to become depressed at all the false teaching, the turning aside of beloved friends, the wolves coming out of the woodwork. God promised this, He said it would happen and it is.But His promises of faithfulness are just as …

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