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This is one of the best videos I have watched in awhile, enjoy.

 

 

(HT: Reformation21)

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Propitiation: (n) \prō-pi-shē-ˈā-shən\ ἱλαστήριον

A great video!

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Bro. Matt has developed a new website that has his sermons and links to his blogs, be sure to check it out and listen to some sermons.  www.matt-perry.net

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Well Well, Our fellow blogger Cam Potts preached on Sunday night, March 24th 2007 at Boones Creek Baptist Church.  He preached the Gospel from Romans 3 and its application to us as believers.  Many times we feel like we don’t need to hear the Gospel over and over and it should only be shared to unbelievers, but this is definitely not true.  The believer needs to preach the Gospel to himself daily as C.J. Mahaney says in his book Humility.  The Gospel is so essential to our life as believers.  God has given Cam the great ability to exposit the scriptures and teach it to others from the pulpit.  I thank God for men like Cam who are so intentional to preach the Gospel and pursue a life of ministry.  Please listen to this sermon and apply the 10 applications of the Gospel to your life. Cam definitely preaches God’s Sovereignty in salvation and once again I thank God for that. (“It is not up to us to pick and choose who will come to Christ, it is the work of the Holy Spirit.”) So get out ya pen and paper and take notes as you listen to Cam, “Bring It.”

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The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood recently held a conference called Different by design and they have made the audio available for free online.  This is really worth listening to, all of the messages were really great.  There are 4 of the talks available by speakers C.J. Mahaney, Russel Moore, Lig Duncan, and Wayne Grudem.  Please listen to these.

 Monergism has a new ministry called Take Up and Read where they will give weekly reviews of books.  It looks promising.

Joel R. Beeke tells us why we ought to read the puritans here.  This is really good.

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Dr. Moore now has a podcast that will have audio from his Sunday morning Bible study at Ninth and O Baptist Church.  You can download the audio or get the podcast hereDr. Moore is Dean of the school of theology, Senior Vice President for Academic Administration, and Executive Director of the Carl F.H. Henry Institute for Evangelical Engagement at SBTS.  I recently heard him speak at a conference, he is great, and this seems like it will be a excelent podcast.

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I came across an article today on Desiring God.  John Piper is talking about translations of the Bible and points out why his church (Bethlehem Baptist Church) uses the ESV over other translations.  It is very important that we and more importantly our preachers are using a literal translation of the Bible.   Piper explains that well in this statement: “A more literal translation gives preachers more confidence that they can preach what the English text says with authority that it reflects what the original Greek or Hebrew text says.”  An important issue and and interesting article, check it out here.  For another short article written on this subject click here.

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