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1 Jan, 2014

The best news ever

by Kieran Beville

The best news ever Calvary, two thousand years ago, what an awesome scene! Three people were taken to that hill outside Jerusalem to be crucified. One died in sin. One died to sin. One died for sin. Two were guilty. One was innocent. Two were paying their debt to society. One was paying our debt…

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1 Jan, 2014

Developing healthy spiritual growth

by Joel Beeke

Developing healthy spiritual growth What is spiritual growth? Spiritual growth is the development of the believer’s faith and life in learning to know, trust and honor the Triune God intellectually and experientially, which issues in the Spirit’s graces exercised in conformity to Christ through practical Christian living. By this growth a deeper insight is also…

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1 Jan, 2014

Behold Your God: Rethinking God biblically

by Ian Parry

Behold Your God: Rethinking God biblically ‘The world is famishing for lack of the knowledge of God and the church is famishing for want of his presence.’ With these words A.W. Tozer captures as well as anything the thinking behind ‘Behold Your God’. It is quite hard to pin this course down. It is not…

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1 Nov, 2012

Good news for porn users

by Tim Chester

Good news for porn users What is the gospel for porn users? Porn is bad news. It distorts a man’s view of women, making him view them as objects for his pleasure. It distorts a man’s view of sex because porn by its very nature as something that is viewed makes sex about performance. It…

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1 Nov, 2012

Telling your kids about love, marriage and sex

by Lovewise

Telling your kids about love, marriage and sex When your children see sex advertised everywhere, you might think it is the one subject to avoid. The problem with that conclusion is that if you, as a parent, avoid it, your children will still hear about it from others, many of whom will not share your…

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1 Nov, 2012

Angels, help us!

by Gordon Cooke

Angels, help us! Every Christmas, what I call the one ‘fringe benefit’ of my calling arrives: an invitation to the village school’s nativity play! Even in these post-Christian days, this Christmas tradition is holding its own. Because of that, nativity plays are not normally newsworthy events, but all that changed a couple of years ago,…

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1 Nov, 2012

David Bogue: the forgotten man (1750-1825)

by John Legg

David Bogue: the forgotten man (1750-1825) David Bogue is ‘one of the greatest of the forgotten figures of Church History’ (Iain Murray) and especially of the history of missions. After the Moravians, William Carey, rightly, took centre stage. However, Bogue was very influential both before and after that. The London Missionary Society Bogue was converted…

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1 Nov, 2012

A Christmas message based on the prophetic lyrics of Mr Roy Wood

by Carl Trueman

A Christmas message based on the prophetic lyrics of Mr Roy Wood Christmas is not what it used to be. At least that is the impression I have after reminiscing for a few moments with the Ghost of Christmas Past. The food is just as good, I admit; but the music has clearly gone into…

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1 Nov, 2012

Milestones in the sexual revolution

by Paul Yeulett

Milestones in the sexual revolution Footage of the Queen’s Coronation in 1953 makes fascinating viewing. How Britain, and the world, has changed over six decades! Clothes, cars, shops, speech – all these, and more, were so very different back then. And, of course, it was all in black-and-white. It is difficult for people of my…

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1 Nov, 2012

Anything good on the box?

by John Richards

Anything good on the box? Like it or not television has utterly transformed our world over the last seventy years. In 1946 only 0.5% of American households owned a television. Fifty years on and the average American home had a television switched on for more than seven hours per day. One writer describes television as…

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