Seeking God’s power for our good resolutions leads to our glory

Last New Year I was asked to preach at Hanney Chapel. Here is an adapted version of one of the points from that sermon: Seeking

Pope Francis’ call for a new translation of the Lord’s Prayer has wide theological problems

It has been reported that Pope Francis wants to change the wording of the Lord’s Prayer. Specifically, he is unhappy about the line, ‘lead us

Why bother praying if God knows everything?

If we believe in the sovereignty of God, and we believe in the omniscience of God, it seems a fair question to ask: why bother

Don’t drive a wedge between God and his provision

There is a little story that I remember being told as a child that still floats around in the ether. One version of the story

Five beliefs upheld by Calvinists that don’t undermine the doctrines of grace

Calvinists subscribe to the doctrines of grace. These are typically summed up by the ‘five points of Calvinism’. As a mnemonic device, we use the

Why does God call us into the work of making disciples?

Christians believe in a sovereign God who ordains all things. Reformed Christians believe that salvation and growth are works of the Holy Spirit alone. It

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