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Fighting Presumptuous Sins

Tony Reinke
Sin is a mystery, and it’s a mystery the psalmist wrestles with in Psalm 19. First he looks up to the heavens to delight in the Creator’s handiwork (verses 1–6). Then he looks down to delight in God’s words (verses…
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Serving Up Tweets: An Interview with Ray Ortlund on Social Media

Tony Reinke
Serving Up Tweets: An Interview with Ray Ortlund on Social Media
Dr. Ray Ortlund Jr. is an author, pastor and a former seminary professor. He also blogs and tweets regularly. Given his experience, responsibilities, and his devotion to social media, I asked him to explain more about why and how…
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Our Gold, His Glory

Tony Reinke
It would be difficult to find a better summary of what Desiring God is all about than from this quote taken from the writings of Puritan Thomas Watson: We glorify God by working out our own salvation. God has twisted…
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I Exist to...

Tony Reinke
...what? What drives you? John Piper says, "I exist to to spread a passion for the supremacy of God in all things for the joy of all peoples through Jesus Christ." This is the mission of John Piper, the mission…
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The Trinity in Two Minutes

Tony Reinke
In this brief video clip from the recent Conference for Pastors, John Piper explains Jonathan Edwards's vision of the Trinity; the intense, pure, delight and love flowing between the Father and the Son, "an energy of joy that makes…
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Our Children Are Spring-Loaded for Worship

Tony Reinke
Tedd Tripp: If the goal of parenting is no more profound than securing appropriate behavior, we will never help our children understand the internal things, the heart issues, that push and pull behavior. Those internal issues: self-love, rebellion, anger, bitterness…
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Where Souls Find Sweet Rest Forever

Tony Reinke
Psalm 23:2, He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside still waters. Jonathan Edwards: In Christ you shall have glorious objects for the eye of your soul to behold in which you shall find rest. You…
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Why the Lamb Was Spotless

Tony Reinke
Gerald Bray: The lamb that was sacrificed for the sins of the people became sin for them, but it was not covered in blotches representing sins. On the contrary, it had to be completely free of blemish in order to…
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How Safe We Are

Tony Reinke
Matthew 10:30: But even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Charles Spurgeon: You all take care of yourselves to some extent, but which of you ever took so much care of himself as to count the hairs of…
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Ages and Ages of Immeasurable Riches

Tony Reinke
Ephesians 2:4–7 But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ — by grace you have been saved — and…
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Wisdom

Tony Reinke
Ray Ortlund Jr.: Wisdom is more than brains. It is more than morals. We could memorize the whole Bible, and mean it from the heart, without wisdom. Wisdom is skill, expertise, competence that understands how life really works, how to…
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When Your Son Asks

Tony Reinke
Deuteronomy 6:20–21: When your son asks you in time to come, "What is the meaning of the testimonies and the statutes and the rules that the Lord our God has commanded you?" then you shall say to your son, "We…
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“He Knows My Name!” A Defense of Church Member Directories

Tony Reinke
Compiling church member names and contact information into a directory is useful for a number of reasons: it helps members connect, it reminds pastors of the souls they are accountable for, and as Mark Dever stresses, it encourages pastors…
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Meet Jonathan Edwards

Tony Reinke
Spiders, hedonism, revivals, and the mysteries of the trinity — Jonathan Edwards's mind was rich and his writings are prolific. Digestible overviews of his life and writings are always appreciated. During the recent conversation between John Piper and Douglas Wilson…
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Interview with Don Carson on the TGC Women's Conference

Tony Reinke
Don Carson, the president and co-founder of TGC, answered a few questions about the conference and the priority of training women for ministry. Explain for us the origin of the women's conference and how it serves the broader vision of
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All Spheres of Life — Even Pro Basketball

David Mathis and Tony Reinke
They're calling it "LinSanity" in New York, and it hit fever pitch tonight after Lin's game winning 3-pointer with less than a second to play in the Knicks win. He finished with 27 points and a career-high 11 assists. But…
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The Indelible Mark of a Mother's Prayer Training

Tony Reinke
J. C. Ryle: Prayer is, of all habits, the one which we recollect the longest. Many a grey-headed man could tell you how his mother used to make him pray in the days of his childhood. Other things have passed…
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The Journal of Biblical Counseling Is Back

Tony Reinke
After a four year hiatus, the Journal of Biblical Counseling is back. Beginning with the new Winter 2012 issue, each new publication will be posted online, free to read and free to download. David Powlison announced the re-launch and…
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A Conversation with Doug Wilson and John Piper

Tony Reinke
The recent Conference for Pastors concluded with this two-hour-long conversation between John Piper and Douglas Wilson, moderated by Joe Rigney. Download the audio and video. Time-markers — 0:01:06 — Unpacking the meaning behind the individual mission statements. 0:07:09 —…
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Where There's a Praying Mother, There's Always Hope

Tony Reinke
Mark 7:26, ". . . Now the woman was a Gentile, a Syrophoenician by birth. And she begged him to cast the demon out of her daughter." J. C. Ryle comments, The woman who came to our Lord, in the…
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Lit!

Tony Reinke
Whether reading is your addiction or your phobia, this book is for you. A practical guide built on the gospel, Lit! models the skills needed to build a balanced reading diet of Scripture, theology, and devotional books, but without overlooking…
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