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  • Things Planned Long Ago

    Contributed on May 31, 2020
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    The ultimate triumph of the gospel.

    THINGS PLANNED LONG AGO Isaiah 25:1-9 This chapter begins and ends in song, with a feast in between (Isaiah 25:6-8). The first song is a solo, “You are my God” (Isaiah 25:1) and begins with praise to the LORD for “the wonderful things” that He has done: His “plans formed of old, more

  • Sour Grapes

    Contributed on May 29, 2020
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    From blame to shame. A call to repentance.

    SOUR GRAPES Ezekiel 18:1-4; Ezekiel 18:25-32 It seems to be very much a part of fallen human nature that we want to blame someone else for the things that go wrong in our lives. This all began in the garden of Eden, after the first couple ate of the forbidden fruit. Adam blamed both his more

  • Brothers Together

    Contributed on May 25, 2020
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    Shades of opinion in the Christian church. We shall all appear before Christ.

    BROTHERS TOGETHER Romans 14:1-12 This passage has much to say about receiving one another in the Lord. Paul defines “the weak in the faith” (Romans 14:1) as those who have scruples about what they eat (Romans 14:2). Do not “despise” them, warns Paul; but he also warns the weak not to “judge” more

  • A Vow To Praise

    Contributed on May 19, 2020
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    David's Psalm of praise.

    A VOW TO PRAISE Psalm 145:1-8 The Psalmist David, speaking on our behalf, makes a vow to bless the name of the LORD “forever and ever” (Psalm 145:1); “Every day” to bless Him; to praise His name “for ever and ever” (Psalm 145:2). This is the only Psalm in the book with the words “of praise” more

  • Love Your Neighbour

    Contributed on May 18, 2020
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    Agape love as the fulfillment of the law.

    LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOUR Romans 13:8-10 The imperative, “To no one nothing owe you (all), but to love one another” (Romans 13:8a) follows on from the discussion of being subject to ‘the powers that be’ who - whether we voted for them or not - are ‘ordained of God’ (cf. Romans 13:1). This earlier more

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