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Music Monday: “Valley of Decision” by Christafari (Christian Reggae)

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By MRP I dig reggae, and for years now, I’ve enjoyed this band called Christafari. They’ve changed members over the years, but Mark Mohr and his (Trinidadian) wife Avion Blackman have stayed as the constant throughout their 25+ year history. Enjoy “Valley of Decision!” …read more Source:: Gospelgripped       

Spurgeon on Unregenerate Pastors

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By MRP Alas! the unregenerate pastor becomes terribly mischievous too, for of all the causes which create infidelity, ungodly ministers must be ranked among the first. I read the other day, that no phase of evil presented so marvellous a power for destruction, as the unconverted minister of a parish, with a 1200-pound (British currency, […]

What’s Up Wednesday: Help Each Other as a Staff

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By MRP A few days ago, I came across this in my Facebook memories: And God has certainly been faithful. Helping others on staff or in your circle of influence doesn’t always have to be outgoing. No matter where you are in an organization, you can be helped by someone. Humility, teachability, and a strong […]

Music Monday: Battle Hymn of the Republic (US Army Chorus)

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By MRP The United States Army Chorus performs the Battle Hymn of the Republic (arr. Wilhousky). On this Memorial Day, let’s remember the soldiers who died to help protect our freedoms here in the United States. Yes, let’s remember. Advertisements …read more Source:: Gospelgripped       

Friday Funny: The Peanuts Gang Sings Chicago’s 25 or 6 to 4

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By MRP This YouTube channel (Garren Lazar) does something rather unique: having the Peanuts gang cover classic songs. This song by Chicago came off their second album in 1970 and is an all-time favorite of mine. Enjoy! And have a great weekend! …read more Source:: Gospelgripped       

Theology Tuesday: A Theology of Growing Up!

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By MRP Grace and knowledge are very much intertwined. John MacArthur rightly says, “Because of His grace, God forgives the sins of His children. They in turn feed on Scripture and commune with Christ, thereby increasing their knowledge of him.”[1] But knowledge, you may say? We cannot understand God’s grace without having a knowledge of […]