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    John Owen on Liturgies and Laziness

    Rev. Daniel R. Hyde, Th.M.
    Pastor, Oceanside United Reformed Church, Carlsbad/Oceanside, California
    http://www.meetthepuritans.com/

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    Thanks Rev. Hyde! I'm finding this blog to be very helpful.
    Ben Franks

    I'm a member of Heartland Community Church (PCA) in Wichita, Kansas and am currently involved with a PCA church plant in Andover, Kansas called Kirk of the Plains.

    You can read my personal blog here:
    https://befranksblog.wordpress.com/

    "Remember, it is not hasty reading, but serious meditating upon holy and heavenly truths, that make them prove sweet and profitable to the soul...It is not he that reads most , but he that meditates most, that will prove the choicest, sweetest, wisest and strongest Christian." - Thomas Brooks (1608-1680)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamalas View Post
    Thanks Rev. Hyde! I'm finding this blog to be very helpful.
    You're welcome. We hope it proves to be of service to the churches.
    Rev. Daniel R. Hyde, Th.M.
    Pastor, Oceanside United Reformed Church, Carlsbad/Oceanside, California
    http://www.meetthepuritans.com/

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    The last paragraph is a very good exhortation.
    Rich Koster
    Browns Mills NJ USA
    Member of Covenant Baptist, Lumberton NJ (1689ers)
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    Thankful that I'm not saved by merit badges
    Romans 7:14-25

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