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A Mighty Man on His Knees

Psalm 51. In this well-known psalm of repentance, David comes clean before God concerning his sin with Bathsheba and his having Uriah killed (read 2 Samuel 11 & 12). The words of David are especially appropriate from another occasion: “The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit” (Psalm 34:18). Few passages anywhere in the Bible resonate with such truth and emotion regarding confession of sin. This psalm deals with 12 words that will change anyone’s…

Jesus Died for Good People

What a terrible mistake it is to assume that a person is too evil to have hope of salvation. The blood of Jesus must not have a limit put to its cleansing power. The self-proclaimed ‘chief-of-sinners’ knew of the grace of God made available through the blood of Jesus and understood he was able to stand in a right position with God (1 Timothy 1:12-17; 2 Timothy 4:6-8). While Jesus walked this earth, He was welcomed by and welcoming to…

When We Come Together as Christians

When we come together as God’s family it’s so important to keep in mind the purpose of worship and the assembly. The fact that worship can and should occur in other contexts (e.g. private or family) must not lead anyone to the conclusion that the “assembling of ourselves together” (Hebrews 10:25) can be minimized or neglected. It’s fitting to note that the expression “Lord’s” occurs only twice in the New Testament – once in reference to the Lord’s Supper (1…

Handling Criticism

Perhaps we never say more about our Lord, our faith and our relationship with God than by the way we respond to criticism (cf. 2 Timothy 3:12; 1 Peter 4:12-19). The following quotes on dealing with criticism are well worth thinking about by Christians- “If you are not big enough to stand criticism, you are too small to be praised.” “It’s just as much a Christian’s duty to avoid taking offense as it is to avoid giving offense” (see Romans…