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Family Conference 2017

Dear Brethren,

We solicit your prayers for the Family Conference 2017 that we are to sponsor, which will take place in the Sandy Cove Ministries conference center in Maryland (USA), from the 14th to the 18th of August.

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By | August 12th, 2017|Christian Life, Herald|

He Who Makes Haste With His Feet Errs

George Lawson

Also it is not good for a person to be without knowledge, and he who makes haste with his feet errs (Proverbs 19:2).

The want of that knowledge which we need for our direction through life, is very pernicious; for we are in a dangerous world, full of pits and snares; and the man that has not eyes in his head, must fall, sooner or later, into destruction.

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By | August 10th, 2017|Christian Life, Herald, Sin|

Thomas Manton on Jude 21 (Part 4)

pastor-d-scott-meadowsD. Scott Meadows

“Looking for the mercy” is looking earnestly for eternal life when Christ returns, and this looking is a means of our perseverance.

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By | August 10th, 2017|Christ, Christian Life, Herald|

Eminent Piety Is Expected of the Pastor

Thomas Murphy

Hence he cannot be too diligent in its cultivation. It is true that very often there is too much expected of him. He is but man, and the struggle against sin and imperfections must constantly be carried on in him as well as in other men. And sometimes he is most unjustly, even cruelly, criticised.

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By | August 10th, 2017|Herald, Pastoral Theology|

The Day of Rest

W.J. Seaton

The remembrance that the people of God will one day be in heaven with God is a remembrance that should often be brought to mind as we still live on this earth. After the Lord God had made the heavens and the earth and all things that they contain in six days, we are told that He then, “rested on the seventh day.” (Genesis 2:2). Not only did God rest on the seventh day, but He “declared” the fact, so to speak, for, we read in the next verse that “blessed” and “sanctified” that seventh day of rest.

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By | August 10th, 2017|Christian Life, Herald, The Lord's Day|

Groaning and Travailing

Albert N. Martin

Romans 8. In laying out the privileges of those who are adopted into the family of God by grace, on the basis of the work of Christ, the Apostle has just declared that all such adopted ones are given the spirit of adoption, and are given the spirit of heirs and joint heirs with Christ. Then he makes a qualifying statement at the end of verse 17, “If so be that we suffer with him, that we may be also glorified with him.”

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By | August 4th, 2017|Christ, Christian Life, Herald|

A Living Example of the Gospel

Thomas Murphy

This places the necessity of his being an eminently godly man in a very strong light. The solemn charge is imposed upon him of demonstrating by his daily walk and conversation the truth and the power of the doctrines of the gospel. From this responsibility no possible argument will release him.

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By | August 4th, 2017|Christian Life, Herald, Pastoral Theology|

Thomas Manton on Jude 21 (Part 3)

pastor-d-scott-meadowsD. Scott Meadows

Love and hope are connected. Those who “keep themselves in the love of God” will necessarily be “looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life,” that is, looking for Christ’s second coming when we shall have this mercy. This is the Christian hope. Why are love and hope linked this way?

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By | July 28th, 2017|Christian Life, Herald, Love|

Why Do Believers Await the Coming of the Lord?

Albert N. Martin

We’re asking the question: why do true believers who are in a healthy, spiritual state eagerly await, earnestly desire and love the return of Christ?

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By | July 28th, 2017|Christ, Christian Life, Herald|

Devoted Piety

Thomas Murphy

This is another consideration upon which great stress should be laid. Such piety is unspeakably important, not only for God's glory and the benefit of souls, but also for the pastor's own comfort. It is in this, and not in superior talents or cultivated taste, or in a pleasant charge or attractive social relations, that his real enjoyment is to be found.

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By | July 26th, 2017|Herald, Pastoral Theology|