Tag Archives: Lordship of Christ

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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Should A Christian Be Patriotic?


The rise of nationalism throughout the world makes this an important question to ask. Many people assume that patriotism is being loyal to one’s own country whatever happens. Sometimes we are expected to sing patriotic songs which glorify our nation, … Continue reading

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Jesus the King who cares.


We confess that Jesus is Lord and King but our conception of his kingship is very often not shaped by his own life. We tend to see Lordship in terms of an authority who wields power over others, but is … Continue reading

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Thinking Christianly


When we are confronted with issues we are often tempted to use proof texts from the bible to present a Biblical view. Proof texting can be dangerous especially as it often means that we rip a verse out of context … Continue reading

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Jesus Christ: Creator, Redeemer and Revealer


In many parts of the New Testament we see the glory of who Jesus is, but in this post I just want to look briefly at Hebrew chapter 1. In this chapter we find a description of Jesus in his … 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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The Light has Shone in the Darkness; The Saviour is here


One of the most impressive facts about the Old Testament prophecies about the coming of Christ is that they all show up the darkness of sin and the light of God’s salvation. Isaiah 9 is one such passage, it is … Continue reading

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God’s Concern For The Poor.


It is very encouraging to hear of many ministries to the poor from Christian ministries and Churches, We hear of the Work of Christians Against Poverty here in the UK and of a multitude of other expressions of Christian compassion … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be Pro-life?


To be pro-life is to value human life from conception to death and to safeguard that life from any potential attackers. Some times we have narrowed our definition so that it only deals with Abortion and Euthanasia but surely to … Continue reading

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Revival and Theology Part 5- Toward a Biblical Worldview


One of the problems with many revivals is that they only touch a part of life and thus run out of steam, this is because they lack a Biblical Worldview. In this post I want to look at some of … Continue reading

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