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  • J. Randal 09:54 on 2016-05-24 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: contentment,   

    Gratitude and contentment go hand in hand, along with a willingness to suffer for the gospel. “I have experienced times of need and times of abundance. In any and every circumstance I have learned the secret of contentment, whether I go satisfied or hungry, have plenty or nothing” Php 4.12.

  • J. Randal 00:34 on 2016-05-24 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: doxology, glory,   

    We’ve little experience in doxology. The language of praise must be developed further. It is above all things useful, for it focuses on him who deserves all our consideration and whose person is capable of holding our attention.

  • J. Randal 17:00 on 2016-05-23 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , humanity, man   

    If God is not, then man is nothing. If God is, then man possesses eternal importance.

  • J. Randal 21:06 on 2016-05-22 Permalink | Reply
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    If your congregation can’t sing well, then sing a little less, and make prayer a greater part of your meetings. Some people may never learn to carry a tune. All of us can learn to pray better and more.

  • J. Randal 09:52 on 2016-05-22 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , money   

    The church of God spends tons of money on projects that, strictly speaking, are unnecessary for the kingdom of God, even claiming them to be important or necessary for mission, instead of doing what Jesus did. Why is that?

  • J. Randal 00:34 on 2016-05-22 Permalink | Reply
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    Ignorance [of God] means rejection. It’s the act of not wanting to know. It’s the equivalent to the passive-aggressive behavior, but this time toward God. That’s dangerous!

    O perigo de ignorar o chamado de Deus

  • J. Randal 11:50 on 2016-05-19 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: kingdom of God, priorities, seeking   

    Seeking first the kingdom of God doesn’t mean a weak, but ultimately unsuccessful attempt, but rather an all-out pursuit that works with all one’s might to possess that kingdom. It means actually doing it. Mt 6.33.

  • J. Randal 18:10 on 2016-05-18 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , virtue   

    “[Love] makes room for all virtues, and carries them to their greatest height.” —Wm. Law, A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life

  • J. Randal 09:44 on 2016-05-18 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: language, ministry, service   

    There’s a big difference between being a “preacher for the church” (common, unbiblical phrase among us) and a “servant of the church” Col 1.25. One is an employee, sometimes a lackey; the other an obedient follower of the Lord Jesus.

  • J. Randal 10:04 on 2016-05-16 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , numbers,   

    God wants but two or three, or even one,
    With few who die to self, his will is done.

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