Religious Affections

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“For although to true religion, there must indeed be something else besides affection, yet true religion consists so much in the affections, that there can be no true religion without them. He who has no religious affection, is in a state of spiritual death, and is wholly destitute of the powerful, quickening, saving influences of […]

"The Method of Grace" a sermon by George Whitefield

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Last night, just before bed, I read a sermon by George Whitefield that I thought was worth sharing. Whitefield is a famous 18th century preacher that is remembered as one of the most passionate and effective orators in church history.  His preaching voice has been described as “an organ, a flute, a harp, all in […]

Of Bearing with the Faults of Others

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Monday evening, during our small group fellowship, we discussed Galatians 6:1-6 and what is has to teach us about “bearing one another’s burdens”.  Pastor Paul’s post on March 4th gives some great insights on the subject. Later that night I was reading from “The Imitation of Christ” by Thomas a Kempis and found the following […]