Category Archives: sovereignty of God

The Call of Moses and the Character of God


The account of Moses being called by God to leadership is one that reveals much about the character of God. It is the account that reveals something of the majesty of God and yet shows his faithfulness to his covenant … Continue reading

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The God of Love Who Sometimes Speaks through Dreams


In Genesis chapters 40 and 41, we find God speaking to unbelieving people about  what will happen and he uses the strange medium of dreams. Joseph is used to bring the interpretation but the emphasis is on God speaking, this … Continue reading

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The Greatness, Humility And Glory of God Our Saviour


Too often when we isolate one aspect of who God is we  miss the riches of his self-revelation, I realise that in this post I will do this because when one considers the greatness of God that is inevitable. The … Continue reading

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Conforming to the World or Maintaining God’s Purpose For Us


There is a temptation that is common to all Christians and that is the temptation to conform to the world and its mindset. This has been a problem since mankind fell into sin. The world calls on us to be … Continue reading

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Is Reformed Theology A Grand Vision Or Just A Tulip?


We very often hear discussions of the Five Points of Calvinism as though they amounted to the totality of Reformed thinking, John Calvin himself would have been horrified that his theology had been reduced to just five points. Of course, … Continue reading

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My Theological Journey: From Hyper-Calvinist to Reformed Charismatic.


In the autumn of 1969 I became a Christian, I was raised in a Christian home and attended the Gospel Standard Strict Baptist Chapel. At the time I became a Christian I had been involved in left wing politics for … Continue reading

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