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I am deeply thankful to the Council of Elders for giving me both
the assignment and privilege of a writing leave from April 29 to
June 3. I would like to use this article to explain my goals and
1. Don’t dream too small or pray too small about
what God may do to save sinners and glorify his name in the midst
of steady-state obedience.
God ordinarily works his wonders of mercy and salvation in the
The book of Lamentations is the heart-cry of Jeremiah when he
and his people were being hurt by God, and by their enemies, and by
their own sin. How he speaks of this divine hurting shows us some
Dear Rabbi Zimmerman,
Thank you for your email of 2-27-04 addressed to some of us
among the downtown clergy concerning Mel Gibson's movie, The
Passion of the Christ. I read most of your letter to our
people on Sunday…
God wants us to use means to get his work done, but he wants us to trust in him, not in these means.
(In case you missed it in the sermon.)
1. Jesus said, in Matthew 6:6, “When you pray, go into
your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in
secret. And your Father who sees in…
As our fall Missions Focus approaches, Jonathan Edwards
is still on my mind. One reason is that he helped me unite two
motives for world missions that for years seemed at odds.
Submission to God's authority implies these six beliefs about sexuality.