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Psalm 19: God's General and Special Revelation

Galaxy of AndromedaAs a twelve-year-old, I first viewed through a telescope the great galaxy of Andromeda, consisting of hundreds of billions of stars and untold numbers of planets, nearly three million light years from Earth. I was mesmerized. I also wept, not knowing why. I was overwhelmed by greatness on a cosmic scale and felt terribly small and alone. Years later I first heard the gospel. After I became a Christian, I found that gazing through the telescope became an act of delighted worship.

Pursuing Sexual Purity in Your Marriage

Hands holding white flowerIn my book The Purity Principle, I write about how Christian marriages face the same heartaches, struggles, and frustrations as other marriages, especially in the area of sexual purity. (But we have supernatural resources to deal with them.) The following guidelines for sexual purity in marriage can help you guard your relationship in this vital area.

(And whether you're married or not, sexual purity is inseparable from a committed Christian life. You want to know God’s will? You don’t have to wonder. Here it is, in 1 Thess. 4:3: “It is God’s will that you ...

The Touch of the Master's Hand

ViolinMy wife Nanci helps write and edit lessons for our church’s women’s Bible study. It’s amazing how much time these ladies invest in preparing these lessons, including many hours of direct study of God’s Word. It’s been very enriching for Nanci, and fun to see her at the dining room table day after day with open Bible and reference books.

This morning Nanci mentioned that one of her friends, Carol Klingbile, included a poem as an introduction to a lesson she wrote. I first heard this poem, written in 1921, when I was a young Christian nearly forty years ago, but it’s been off my radar screen for decades.

Movie Trailer for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Chronicles of NarniaCheck out this trailer for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, which will be released on December 10. What do you think of the trailer?

Five Central Teachings of the Protestant Reformation

What does it mean to be a Protestant? These are five of the major teachings of the reformers by which they distinguished their beliefs from those of the Roman Catholic church of their day.

There Are No Prayers Like the Puritan Prayers

Puritan Life

There are no prayers like the Puritan prayers, as you know if you’ve read The Valley of Vision. This is something we’ve bought copies of for friends and pastors. This morning Nanci read one to me that she especially appreciated. I wanted to share it with you. Hope it touches you as it did us.

Giveaway of the Month: If God Is Good Booklets

If God Is Good bookletsIn this giveaway, three randomly drawn winners will receive a packet of the new If God Is Good: Why Do We Hurt? booklets, and one grand prize winner will receive the booklets, as well as a copy of Randy’s book If God Is Good.

How can I be better prepared for evangelism?

Lord Foulgrin's Letters

I was recently asked the following question on Facebook:

"I had a woman come to my door today, wanting to share the gospel. Why is it that even though I know what I believe and why I believe it, that it is so hard to share with others? She was a Jehovah's Witness, and asked if she could come back to share a scripture again. I told her yes. I will be better prepared next time, but how do I become better prepared?"

The Pressure to Accomplish Snuffs Out the Pleasure of Being God's Child


Our friend Amy Guerino recently wrote a thoughtful blogpost that really spoke to me. I asked her permission to share it with you here.


Andrea Bocelli tells a "fairy tale" about abortion

Here’s a video I just watched that speaks for itself, in any language.

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