Monthly Archives: July 2004

I’m Rich!!!

According to the Global Rich List, I’m easily in the top 1% of the wealthiest people in the world. If you’re reading this, chances are that you’re in the top 1% too. (They figure the top 1% at just under … Continue reading

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Wesley on Separation from the World

Here are links to two of Jonathan Wesley’s sermons, On Friendship With the World, and In What Sense Are We to Leave the World? Good stuff.

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Being Separate

RC Sproul Jr on being separate I don?t know what shows are on TV, and I don?t know what songs are on the radio. I couldn?t name enough current NBA players to fill a single team?s roster. I?m not even … Continue reading

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Satan Tempted Jesus with Wordliness

I blogged a few days ago about worldliness, and mentioned the definition of worldliness in 1 John 5:16-17: the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life. Today I read Matthew 4, where Satan … Continue reading

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Parables

I was reading Matthew Henry’s commentary on Mt 13:10-17 and saw this nugget. A parable is a shell that keeps good fruit _for_ the diligent, but keeps it _from_ the slothful. To some extent, Christ taught the crowds in parables … Continue reading

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Worldliness

Yikes, has it really been _that_ long since I blogged? Sorry. I’ll try to do better. To be honest, I’m growing pretty dissatisfied with blogging, but more on that in another post. 1 John 2 15 Love not the world, … Continue reading

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Enjoy the Journey

I’ve been reading and studying Ecclesiastes with some men recently. They found it pretty depressing, but I was really encouraged. Life is fleeting. Recognize that it is just a journey. Remember the destination. And enjoy the trip. Continue reading

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