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The Pastor's Pen

The Pastor's Pen is a periodic column devoted to articulating biblical, theological, and practical teaching for God-honoring, Christ-exalting Christian living.

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A God of Mercy

A God of Mercy

From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible is an inerrant record of the self-disclosure of the Triune God. The inspired words of the divine deposit reveal to us what God is like and how He interacts with His creatures. In the biblical record of redemptive history, we observe our God's sovereignty, providence, righteousness, grace, love, promises, omnipotence, omnipresence, wisd...

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Prayer and The Sovereignty of God

Prayer and The Sovereignty of God

It is an abiding comfort to Christians to know that God is running the universe. As C.H. Spurgeon wrote, "God's Sovereignty is the pillow upon which the believer rests his head at night." No matter the circumstances we face, or what we see in the world, we are assured from Scripture that God is in charge (Psalms 115:3; 135:6). Believers routinely affirm this truth by asse...

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What Was God Doing?

What Was God Doing-The Pastor's Pen- Feature

The year 2020 is history, but it will be archived in our minds for the remainder of our days. It was an extraordinary year that is now in our rearview mirror, yet a question about what God was doing remains. To answer our query, we turn to Scripture. We ask what God was doing in 2020 because Scripture is relentless in asserting the sovereign governance of God over the ent...

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Race: A Biblical and Theological Perspective

Race_ A Biblical And Theological Perspective- Feature

"Race: A Biblical and Theological Perspective" first appeared in ELBC's newsletter, "Foundations," February 1996. It is presented here with minor changes from the original publication....

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