Theological Digressions

Thankfulness After the Unknown

Yazmin and I celebrated our sixth year wedding anniversary and our son’s fifth birthday yesterday. Our little townhome was the site of a child-wrought tempest as piñatas were shattered, pizza and cake were devoured, and toys littered the countryside. There is nothing like…

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Redeemed or Condemned

‘There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” – Romans 8:1 When I evangelize to people, I often ask them where they go when they die, heaven or hell. Another way to put it is, “do you stand…

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The Agony of Lost Opportunity

Who among us can make a bold statement such as, “I have no regrets in life?” As Christians, we know that we will never regret not sinning but at the same time, we continue to sin in this fallen world. We who are…

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Remembering Our Hope

Scripture is filled with many instances of deliberate and permanent reminders of the Lord’s mercy, kindness, compassion, love, and faithfulness. In Joshua, Twelve stones were left in the Jordan River to be left as a reminder of what the Lord had accomplished that…

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Daily Pardon

It has been a while since I posted from Richard Baxter’s “Truths about God’s Grace”, so I thought I would begin with his twelfth truth on the list. “The best of us need pardon daily, even for the faults in performance of their…

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