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Principles of Biblical Counselling

Lots of things pass for “counselling” in the world today. Continue reading

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Repentance and Faith

Repentance — jettison wrong thinking “Thinking again,” we discard our own excuses and ideas about God, man, right / wrong / sin, and salvation. Faith — accept right thinking We truly accept what God says in His Word about God, … Continue reading

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To My Homosexual Readers

It comes down to this. Do you believe God is telling the truth, or do you believe He is a liar? That’s what we all must face. Continue reading

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“Good” at Repentance

Change is itself a form of apology, an implied admission that prior behaviour was wrong. Continue reading

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Figs from Thorn Bushes

If you can enjoy any form of rebellion against God and He is not convicting you, rebuking you, and chastening you, you are not His child. Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Olympics — He Wanted to Get Caught

The best you can hope for is that you’ll get caught before you get too far down that path. Then, if God is gracious enough to you to let someone catch you, all you’ll have to deal with is a whole lot of unpleasant consequences. If you don’t get caught, it will be even worse. Continue reading

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The Faith of a Thief

It must have been hard, while hanging on a cross and knowing you are dying, to look over and see another man hanging there and dying, and place your trust in Him as Saviour and Lord. Continue reading

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