Do you ever struggle with assurance of salvation, especially when examining yourself?
We had great services on Sunday, morning and evening, and in particular the Candlelight Service was really well attended by people who would never normally come to church.
If you’ve not come across one of the greatest preachers and Bible teachers of the 20th Century, Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones, then you might be interested in this interview.
People will notice the degree to which God is enough for us, the extent to which we rely on Him and not pseudo-functional saviours like money, people, work and “stuff”.
All of Scripture “disciples” us in how to think and feel and live
One of the most captivating, thrilling and moving quotes I have used in the current series on work at LBC is this one from Tim Keller.
We are Christians entirely and solely as the result of the grace of God.
Here’s Piper with a helpful perspective from John 1 on what it means to be baptized with the Holy Spirit – it’s something we all need
A good piece from the “father” of contemporary worship on what it is that we’re doing when we sing in church.
This post by Jon Bloom is super helpful. He brings a completely different perspective to something we all, to varying degrees perhaps, struggle with.