Quick Tip on Memorizing and Retaining God’s Word

Throw away your index cards of Bible verses and start implementing orality in the memorization—and especially retention!—of God’s Word. Listening to God’s Word is the best way to memorize and retain Scripture. Everyone has smart phones today so this should be easy. 1. Download the Griffen iTalk Recorder app (or something comparable). 2. Before you throw away your index cards …

A Bible Course for Children (and Adults)

There are a lot of books and curriculum to help Christian parents with teaching our children the content of Bible and the doctrines found therein. And for quite some time, I’ve been looking for some resources that meet my expectations. For the most part, I have not been satisfied with what I’ve seen (perhaps I’m simply not looking in the …

A Great Reminder: We are not alone in this

   Tracking down correspondence between the Reformers is quite a task, I have found. Nonetheless, it is useful to read the letters between the Reformers to get a sense of how they esteemed each other. Sometimes they were brutally honest with how they felt about each other. Sometimes they were more brutal than honest. But most times, they esteemed each other …

The Power of Christ’s Resurrection

The Power of Christ’s Resurrection This then is what the apostle means by the “Power of Christ’s resurrection,” and this is what we are as much concerned experimentally to know, as that He rose at all. Without this, though we may be moralists, though we may be civilized, good-natured people, yet we are no Christians. For he is not a …

Behind Enemy Lines

Charles Spurgeon reminds us that we must always be mindful of our surroundings: She is the church militant here below, and both in suffering and in service she is made to prove that she is in an enemy’s country. She is contending for the truth against error, for the light against darkness: till the day break and the shadows flee …