This article originally appeared on my blog (Here). “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45) Service is not a uniquely Christian concept. The language of service is something engrained throughout society....
The Puritan Board
I had my choice of two reformed churches, one was in the PCA denomination and the other belonged to the preferred OPC, but I refuse to join that congregation because they share the building with a liberal episcopal congregation, the building belongs to the Episcopal denomination. So I settled and joined the PCA, which has been a real blessing even though they don't have an evening service. Do...
If someone is going to a church where they cannot participate in the worshipping of God, then they need to find a church where they can. I believe being silent during the singing part of worship is wrong because you are not worshipping God when you are supposed to be worshipping him. I have a hard time believing he is ok with anyone doing this. Also, I believe being silent during the singing...
I asked this in a thread earlier this week and it has come up once again and reminded me to post a thread on it. It may have been a topic before but don't remember. I don't understand how one can justifying singing other than psalms in public worship if one is convinced of the exclusive psalmodist position, because whatever pragmatic reasons there may be for a minister or member to do so, it...
- This is not about EP vs. IP
- This is Devotional
- Please share and feel free to include the specific Psalter Version as well as any background info as why it pierces your heart so!
For me, I am still relatively new to Psalm singing, so I do not know many and I and my family only know about 8 without needing to listen to a recording for circumstantial...
The Synod of Dort states concerning the Sabbath day that "This day must be so consecrated to worship that on that day we rest from all servile works, except those which charity and present necessity require; and also from all such recreations as interfere with worship."
Is the intent here to allow room for recreations that do not interfere with worship?
Wed Bredenhof seems to agree...
Other than the fact that Andrew Bonar’s Memoir And Remains has given every new generation a glimpse into the life and character of M'Cheyne, why is the young preacher from Scotland still regarded highly?
What about his life and character is worth remembering?
Why is he still a ‘household name’ even to this day?
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