The Practical Implications of Old School Presbyterianism

FORGET NONE OF HIS BENEFITSvolume 19, number 28, July 2, 2020 "No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him, and I will raise him up on the last day." -John 6:44 Without question the Great Awakening in Colonial America, between 1735 and 1770, was Calvinistic to the core. That... Continue Reading →

Why Is Fatherlessness Rampant in the Black Community?

FORGET NONE OF HIS BENEFITSvolume 19, number 23, May 28, 2020 "Vindicate the weak and fatherless; do justice to the afflicted and destitute."-Psalm 82:3 Consider these facts:—compared with white women, black women are 25% less likely ever to have been married and about half as likely to be currently married.—in 1998 about 29% of African... Continue Reading →

Preaching Worthy of COVID-19, Part 2

FORGET NONE OF HIS BENEFITSvolume 19, number 17, April 16, 2020 "Prophesy over these bones." -Ezekiel 37:4 In my devotional from April 9, I addressed the issue of preaching that is worthy of COVID-19. What kind of preaching is necessary to revive the church and to convert the lost at such a momentous time in our... Continue Reading →

Preaching Worthy of COVID-19, Part One

FORGET NONE OF HIS BENEFITSvolume 19, number 16, April 9, 2020 "Prophesy over these bones." -Ezekiel 37:4 Not since World War II has the entire world been so adversely and strikingly affected as we now are with COVID-19. We are told that this week we will likely reach the peak of deaths in the United... Continue Reading →

No One Can Buy Himself Out of COVID-19

FORGET NONE OF HIS BENEFITSvolume 19, number 15, April 2, 2020 "They will fling their silver into the streets and their gold will become an abhorrent thing; their silver and their gold will not be able to deliver them in the day of the wrath of the Lord." -Ezekiel 7:19 The prophet Ezekiel, preaching around 630... Continue Reading →

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