Psalm 149:1-5  Praise the LORD! Sing to the LORD a new song, his praise in the assembly of the godly!  Let Israel be glad in his Maker; let the children of Zion rejoice in their King!  Let them praise his name with dancing, making melody to him with tambourine and lyre!  For the LORD takes … More Devotion from Psalm 149
Psalm 1  Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers;  but his delight is in the law of the LORD, and on his law he meditates day and night.  He is like a … More Devotions from Psalm 1
Thy Kingdom Come What we think about God does matter. A. W. Tozer, said this, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” One of the reasons it is so important is that if we perceive God in either His disposition or in His attributes wrongly, … More Using the The Lord’s Prayer as a Guide: Part 3
The following is taken from our silent devotion time that we normally begin our worship gathering with on Sunday evenings @ Solomon’s Porch. Psalm 83:1-5  O God, do not keep silence; do not hold your peace or be still, O God!  For behold, your enemies make an uproar; those who hate you have raised their … More Devotion for the Week
So, if you have a pulse and keep up with evangelical news at all, you’ve probably seen this past weekend’s comically sad interaction between Seattle firebrand Mark Driscoll and the ever sober John MacArthur. Brother Mark, (that’s what we call other Christians in the south when we intend to talk about them), showed up at … More Dang It MacArthur!
From Hosea Part 2 Solomon’s Porch Sunday Evening Sermon Series In Part 1 of this series we pointed out that the words of judgment that surrounded the birth and names of Hosea’s children in chapter 1 of the book bearing his name, were essentially all saying the same thing. I am going to bring an … More Captivity: “The End of Israel and Mercy to Judah” Part 2
Originally posted on The Reformed Reader:
To bring God glory and honor, the Christian doesn’t have to change the world or do all sorts of spectacular things for the good of the Kingdom. A follower of Christ can serve the Lord well in an obscure, behind-the-scenes, everyday manner (whether trimming lawns or teaching driver’s education). …