Author Archives: Cameron Debity

Mark 4

Upon first reading Mark 4:35-41, one might be tempted to think that this is a legendary tale. It is the fantastic story of Jesus silencing a deadly storm by simply speaking to it. A hurricane force storm obeys Jesus just … Continue reading

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Is The New Testament Reliable?

Here’s a concise version of a talk I did recently for a high school Bible literature class. My hope is that this will serve as introduction to the subject of the reliability of the New Testament to prepare for you … Continue reading

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Straining Forward To What Lies Ahead

In the sermon on Sunday, from Philippians 3:12-16, I mentioned that one way Christians can strain forward to what lies ahead is to make a serious commitment to the word of God. Making such a commitment, however, doesn’t necessarily mean … Continue reading

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Space for Grace

While the book of Philippians is an encouraging epistle, majoring on the themes of joy in suffering and unity in the gospel, it is also an incredibly challenging letter. As soon as our worship gathering ended the other day, a gentleman from … Continue reading

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Philippians Recap

sildenafilcitrateotc.com – read more here For my blog this month, I want to offer a recap of the major points of our Dear Philippians sermon series. Pastor John MacArthur once said that the best gift that a pastor can give … Continue reading

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