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WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Considers "Mayor Bloomberg's Place in Heaven"

WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Considers "Mayor Bloomberg's Place in Heaven"

The other day former Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg told the The New York Times in an interview, “I am telling you, if there is a God, when I get to Heaven, I’m not stopping to be interviewed. I am heading straight in…I have earned my place in heaven. It’s not even close.” 

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WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin on Why "Easter is a Time to Remember"

WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin on Why "Easter is a Time to Remember"

Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn was the greatest writer of the twentieth century.  He won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1970 for his novel, The Gulag Archipelago.  It told the horrifying story of the Soviet Union’s punishment of dissenters in prison camps during the rule of Stalin.

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WRF Member John LaShell Muses About "Stupid Stevie and Saintly Sally"

WRF Member John LaShell Muses About "Stupid Stevie and Saintly Sally"

Sally and Stevie attend the same church, but they are not part of the same set. They greet one another in church and occasionally exchange a few pleasantries about some banal subject—the weather, the church picnic, or the general depravity of the nation. That’s about it. 

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WRF Member Mike Milton Urges Us To Seek His Anointing That We May Minister With His Power

WRF Member Mike Milton Urges Us To Seek His Anointing That We May Minister With His Power

Let Us Seek His Anointing That We May Minister With His Power (by WRF Member, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

I wonder if there is something that is missing in your life as a believer in Christ? As a minister of His Gospel? I wonder if that one missing thing might be the anointing of God?

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WRF Member John LaShell Considers How Christmas is Like A "Hand in Glove"

WRF Member John LaShell Considers How Christmas is Like A "Hand in Glove"

Did you ever stop to think what made it possible for the Son of God to become a human baby?

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Two Ways In Which I Should NOT Love Those With Whom I Disagree

Two Ways In Which I Should NOT Love Those With Whom I Disagree

In the previous two blogs, I have tried to present reasons why and how we should love those with whom we disagree.  I have suggested that, on the model of how Jesus loved us,  this even includes those whom we think are sinning.

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Three Ways In Which We Should Love Those With Whom We Disagree

Three Ways In Which We Should Love Those With Whom We Disagree

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In my previous blog, I suggested three reasons why we should love those with whom we disagree and I started that blog with a story narrated by Stan Duncan, columnist for the Huffington Post.

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Why We May (and Should!) Laugh Together at Christmas

Why We May (and Should!) Laugh Together at Christmas

Christmas is just plain hilarious.  Not the secular kind with Tiny Tim or elves playing tricks,  but the in-your-face Christian version.  The hilarity began a lot earlier, back when the angel told Abraham that his 91-year-old wife Sarah was about to have a baby—and she laughed and laughed.

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WRF Member Clair Davis Asks "Are You Satisfied Yet?" | World Reformed Fellowship

WRF Member Clair Davis Asks "Are You Satisfied Yet?" | World Reformed Fellowship

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Law and grace - is it about me or is it about Jesus; does my Father love me already since I trust in Jesus or do I have to prove that I do love Him?  Many trees have been killed to try to answer those hard questions.  I want my answer to be pastoral. As Jay said, exegete the people.

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Clair Davis Asks, "All But Love?"

Clair Davis Asks, "All But Love?"

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ABD is the saddest abbreviation there is. What if someone is sure that they have the gifts and calling to be a high-level teacher and so go after their doctorate, get through the courses and the stiff exam (in Germany the Rigorosum!), but never get their dissertation accepted?

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WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Reflects on "Death Face-to-Face"

WRF Board Chairman Rick Perrin Reflects on "Death Face-to-Face"

 This is the fourth time now.  The first time was in 1999 when the numbers after prostate surgery convinced me I had about two years to get my affairs in order.  I’m still here after more than fourteen.

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WRF Member Clair Davis Discusses "Boldness and Fear"

WRF Member Clair Davis Discusses "Boldness and Fear"

Do you know John Murray’s Payton lectures at Fuller Seminary, Principles of Conduct?  It’s a wise and searching look on just what it means to obey God, culminating with a chapter on the fear of God, where Murray looks closely at an arresting attribute, the Fear of Isaac. 

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