Tag Archives: God’s Faithfulness

My Least Favorite Caedmon’s Call Song

I absolutely love Caedmon’s Call. These guys are my jam! They are incredibly deep, and have (in my opinion) perfected the art of combining a folksy, “90’s alternative” music style with deep theological truth. Even the name and cover of … Continue reading

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Rejoice, roar, exult, and sing!

Psalm 96 ESV Sing to the Lord a new song;     sing to the Lord, all the earth! Sing to the Lord, bless his name;     tell of his salvation from day to day. Declare his glory among the nations,     his marvelous … Continue reading

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The Gift of Certainty

Can we be certain about the purpose of our lives? What has God put us here to do? When I think about these questions, I have moments of crystal clarity. Sometimes, I feel like “the arrow that springs from the bow” — … Continue reading

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The Gift of Rest

I don’t know about you, but I wrestle with the concept of “resting” in Christ. God makes it extremely clear in His Word that we are called to “rest”. God models rest in His resting from the work of creation (Genesis 2:1-3). … Continue reading

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The Bottleneck of Little Faith

It’s my second semester in seminary (at TEDS), and I’m taking a very interesting class designed to prepare us to preach God’s Word. It’s both a methodology and a theology class, so it focuses both on skills / technique and … Continue reading

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The Love of God… Never Fails

“Love never fails.” — 1 Corinthians 13:8a NIV Everything in this world wears out. It’s a simple law of physics — specifically Newton’s 2nd law of thermodynamics. Summed up simply, it says that everything wears out all by itself. You … Continue reading

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A Stone of Remembrance in Zurich

I’m writing this over the Atlantic, heading back to Chicago after 2 weeks in Europe away from my family.  I can … not … wait to get back. I woke up this morning in Zurich, Switzerland. I have been in … Continue reading

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