Some 40 retired Military Chaplains take a stand against the repeal of DADT.
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Sunday, April 25, 2010
John Wesley on Turning 86:
Sunday, June 28  …This day I enter on my eighty-sixth year. I now find I grow old: 1) my sight is decayed so that I cannot read a small print, unless in a strong light; 2) my strength is decayed so that I walk much slower than I did some years since; 3) my memory of names, whether of persons or places, is decayed till I stop a little to recollect them. What I should be afraid of is if I took thought for the morrow, that my body should weigh down my mind and create either stubbornness, by the decrease of my understanding; or peevishness, by the increase of bodily infirmities; but Thou shalt answer for me, O Lord my God.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Monday, April 19, 2010
“Our need of Christ does not cease with our believing; nor does the nature of our relation to Him or to God through Him ever alter, not matter what our attainments in Christian graces or our achievements in Christian behavior may be. It is always in His “blood and righteousness” alone that we can rest. There is never anything that we are or have or do that can take His place, or that can take place along with him. We are always unworthy, and all that we have or do of good is always of pure grace.” - - B. B. Warfield, Works, vol 7, p. 113
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Friday, April 16, 2010
I spent the better part of three days in Louisville this week at T4G 2010. Here is a letter I put in the church bulletin:
I want to thank you for understanding my need to join with 7000 others, mostly pastors, who gathered in Louisville for the third “Together for the Gospel” conference. This year’s theme was The (Unadjusted) Gospel. An ‘adjusted’ gospel is one which seeks to modify or change or water down the gospel in any way; whether by adding extra-biblical requirements, ignoring the plain teaching of the Scripture, or modifying it to tickle itching ears (2 Tim. 4:3), or seeking to make it ‘palatable’ to moderns.
The fellowship was sweet, the singing of almost 7000 men a foretaste of heaven, and the preaching from Al Mohler, John MacArthur, Mark Dever, Ligon Duncan, John Piper, Thabiti Anyabwile, R.C. Sproul and C.J. Mahaney ministered to my soul and will ultimately minister to your souls through me. We were able to drink deeply from the well of God’s sovereign grace. You may listen to and download the messages by going to this web site: http://www.t4g.org/resources/
Pray for all who attended that, our spiritual batteries having been re-charged, our ministries will be enriched with a clearer vision of The Gospel, and pray that we might, Lord willing, come Together for the Gospel again in 2012.
In the Grip of the Gospel of Sovereign Grace,