Daily Thoughts Blog

Ministry Prayer Requests

This month of December is unique for us in one way, and because of that, we especially ask your prayers over the next 4 weeks if you think of us. Our schedule is as follows: – This weekend, December 3-4, preaching at Grace Church, Mt. Pleasant, Texas – December 10-14, Madison, Alabama, preaching 3 times […]

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Jesus, the Last Adam

Jesus is an Adam because he was made like us in every respect, apart from sin, and is the head of a new humanity. He is second because no man between Adam and Christ entered the world without sin. He is second also to remind us that he entered the world without sin himself. He […]

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The Folly of Failing to Fill the Holes

‘For you have shown today that princes and servants are nothing to you; for I know this day that if Absalom were alive and all of us were dead today, then you would be pleased.’ – 2 Samuel 19:6 All men are tempted by the big three- women, children, and power. We see the big […]

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Running Red Lights

‘David sent messengers and took her . . . he lay with her.’ – 2 Samuel 11:4. When Israel clamored for a king, Yahweh relented and gave them Saul, but after Saul’s disobedience, God promised another king after His own heart (1 Samuel 13:14). When Paul the apostle was addressing the Jews at Pisidian Antioch, […]

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The Gospel is the Answer to a Lack of Assurance

The gospel of Jesus Christ is clearly the message of the entire Bible. Any honest reader of Scripture, who has a basic understanding of God’s Word recognizes that Christ is the focus of the Bible, and the gospel itself, the good news of what God has done in Christ for sinful men, is the only […]

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Daily Thoughts: Prayer

Prayer is not just receiving things from God, that is the most initial stage; true prayer is getting into perfect communion with God – Oswald Chambers The devil is not terribly frightened of our human efforts and credentials. But he knows his kingdom will be damaged when we begin to lift up our hearts to […]

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Daily Thoughts: Gems from Jeremiah

Some special specific verses that have been life-giving to me in recent weeks; apply them to your life and situation. Jer. 2:2 – “I remember the devotion of your youth, your love as a bride, and how you followed me in the wilderness.” This is the Lord speaking to His people regarding their past love […]

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Fellowship Conference New England begins this afternoon

For those wanting to participate by live-streaming the conference, more info can be found on the conference generally at www.fellowshipconferencenewengland.com All sessions Eastern Standard Time Schedule of sessions Thursday Session 1 – 2:30 pm Session 2 – 5:45 pm Session 3- 7:15 pm Friday Session 4 – 9:30 am Session 5 – 11:15 am Session […]

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The Power of the Holy Spirit in Portland, Maine

Daily Thoughts: The Power of the Holy Spirit in Portland, Maine Although Edward Payson (1783-1827) is largely forgotten today, he was well-known in the first half of the 19th century. According to Iain Murray, Payson’s biography by Asa Cummings “was probably the most influential ministerial biography to appear in the United States in the first […]

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J. C. Ryle Life, Ministry, and Wisdom – Pt 6

True and False Unity No doubt we all love unity, but we must distinctly maintain that true unity can only be built on God’s truth. We must not withhold the right hand of fellowship from any faithful brethren because he does not think exactly like us, but we must understand who the men are to whom we extend […]

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