Have you ever wondered what Jesus would taste like? I would think it would be weird. I’ll be that question has never occurred to you. In John 6, Jesus feeds the 5000, walks on water, and then I hope he took a nap, because that’s a pretty big day already. But then John shows …View This Post about Reformation 500 Week #4–Sermon Manuscript for October 23rd, The Battle for the Gospel
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A Brief and Untechnical Statement of the Reformed Faith B.B. Warfield From Selected Shorter Writings of Benjamin B. Warfield – Volume I, pp. 407-410 John E. Meeter, editor (Nutley, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1970) 1. I believe that my one aim in life …View This Post about A Brief and Non-Technical Statement of the Reformed Faith
From the pastor's morning Bible reading... In John 6, Jesus feeds the 5000, walks on water, and then I hope he took a nap, because that's a pretty big day already. But then John shows Jesus teaching on how he is the bread of life. You'd think he'd close the deal, really make …View This Post about Bible Study Thoughts: What does Jesus taste like? Weird.
People ask me what kind of music I listen to. They assume that because I play piano for Sunday service that I immerse myself in hymns. And I do practice each week to familiarize myself with the service music – be it well-known traditional hymns such as “Mighty Fortress” or a …View This Post about Mike’s Musical Notes – Issue No. 3