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Library Additions June 2016

This month, we completed our holdings of all currently published volumes in the Reformed Expository Commentary series. This month's additions: Ecclesiastes by Douglas O'Donnell Song of Songs (just published!) by Iain Duguid John (2 volumes) by Richard Phillips 1 & 2 Thessalonians by Richard Phillips 1-3 John by Douglas O'Donnell

By | 2017-03-01T18:19:46+00:00 June 28th, 2016|Library|0 Comments

Library Additions April 2016

New additions to our library this month include completing our holdings of the Calvin 500 series, as well as books on the atonement, the doctrine of Scripture, and justification, among other topics. The Piety of John Calvin Calvin & Culture Calvin & Commerce Teaching Like Calvin Calvin in the Public Square The Legacy of John [...]

By | 2017-03-01T17:28:41+00:00 April 28th, 2016|Library|0 Comments

New Books for the Book Table

New books for the book table! Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices (Puritan Paperbacks) by Thomas Brooks The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment (Puritan Paperbacks) by Jeremiah Burroughs The Bruised Reed (Puritan Paperbacks) by Richard Sibbes Call the Sabbath a Delight by Walter Chantry Atheism Remix by Albert Mohler The Westminster Directory of Public Worship by [...]

By | 2017-03-01T17:16:17+00:00 April 28th, 2016|Christian Living|0 Comments

The Mystery of the Lord’s Supper: the Guests & the Benefits

Our continuing series from Thomas Watson's The Mystery of the Lord's Supper So I come to the text:  “As they were eating, Jesus took bread,” etc. (Matt. 26:26-28), where I shall open these five particulars, in reference to the sacrament. I. The Author. II. The time. III. The manner. IV. The guests. V. The benefits. [...]

By | 2017-01-26T09:01:28+00:00 May 28th, 2015|Lord's Supper|0 Comments

The Manner of the Institution of the Lord’s Supper, Part 2

Our continuing series from Thomas Watson's The Mystery of the Lord's Supper In the manner of the institution; there are four things observable. 1. The taking of the bread. 2. The breaking it. 3. The blessing it. 4. The administering the cup. The breaking it, continued Now concerning Christ's suffering upon the cross, observe these [...]

By | 2017-01-26T09:13:34+00:00 April 22nd, 2015|Lord's Supper|0 Comments

The Manner of the Institution of the Lord’s Supper, Part 1

Our continuing series through Thomas Watson's The Mystery of the Lord's Supper In the manner of the institution; there are four things observable. 1. The taking of the bread. 2. The breaking it. 3. The blessing it. 4. The administering the cup. 1. The taking of the bread. “Jesus took bread.” Question. What is meant [...]

By | 2017-01-26T09:37:39+00:00 March 28th, 2015|Lord's Supper|0 Comments

The Mystery of the Lord’s Supper

This month we continue to read from Thomas Watson's The Lord's Supper. And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed it, and brake it, and gave it to the disciples, and said, Take, eat; this is my body. And he took the cup, and gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, Drink [...]

By | 2017-01-26T07:09:11+00:00 February 18th, 2015|Lord's Supper|0 Comments

A Foretaste of Heaven

This meditation in preparation for the Lord’s Supper is from Thomas Watson’s short book, The Holy Eucharist, published in 1665. It has been reprinted by Banner of Truth as The Lord’s Supper. The following is from his preface to the reader. May it stir our souls and aid us as we prepare for the Lord’s [...]

By | 2015-01-21T15:52:16+00:00 January 21st, 2015|Lord's Supper|0 Comments

Happy 450th Birthday, Heidelberg Catechism!

It's not too late to start reading the Heidelberg Catechism this year. It is structured for 52 weeks and is perfect for weekly family devotions or Sunday reading. Here are two great articles published in the past few days on the catechism. Here is one by Kevin DeYoung, with links to more information and resouces. [...]

By | 2014-08-18T21:58:02+00:00 January 21st, 2013|Theology|0 Comments