Posts from 2013

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What is “the love of God”?

by Ryan Kron

When you ask people to define who God is, often the first thing they will say is “God is love.”  D.A. Carson says that “occasionally you will hear somebody saying something like this: ‘It’s Christians I don’t like.  I mean, God is love, and if everybody were just like Jesus, it would be wonderful.  Jesus […]

What is “the love of God”?

by Ryan Kron

When you ask people to define who God is, often the first thing they will say is “God is love.”  D.A. Carson says that “occasionally you will hear somebody saying something like this: ‘It’s Christians I don’t like.  I mean, God is love, and if everybody were just like Jesus, it would be wonderful.  Jesus […]

Disagreements and Disputes

by Ryan Kron

“I wish we could always remember, when the devil tempts us to disputes, that the disagreement of members within the church can lead to nothing else than the ruin and consumption of the whole body. How distressing, how mad is it, that we, who are members of the same body, should be leagued together, of […]

The Danger of Disagreements and Disputes

by Ryan Kron

“I wish we could always remember, when the devil tempts us to disputes, that the disagreement of members within the church can lead to nothing else than the ruin and consumption of the whole body. How distressing, how mad is it, that we, who are members of the same body, should be leagued together, of […]

Distressing Danger of Disagreements and Disputes

by Ryan Kron

“I wish we could always remember, when the devil tempts us to disputes, that the disagreement of members within the church can lead to nothing else than the ruin and consumption of the whole body. How distressing, how mad is it, that we, who are members of the same body, should be leagued together, of […]

The Distressing Danger of Disagreements and Disputes

by Ryan Kron

“I wish we could always remember, when the devil tempts us to disputes, that the disagreement of members within the church can lead to nothing else than the ruin and consumption of the whole body. How distressing, how mad is it, that we, who are members of the same body, should be leagued together, of […]

Are you a “saint”?

by Ryan Kron

“Those who come to the house of prayer are people afflicted with all sorts of spiritual defects–often wavering in faith, weak in love, dull in awareness. They come to the house of prayer from the world, with the unholy fountain of churning sins in their hearts. They bring with them the memories of all sorts […]

Where do you find hope?

by Ryan Kron

“My hope lives not because I am not a sinner, but because I am a sinner for whom Christ died; my trust is not that I am holy, but that being unholy, he is my righteousness. My faith rests not upon what I am, or shall be, or feel, or know, but in what Christ […]

What are you searching for?

by Ryan Kron

“Resting in the grace of Jesus means you don’t search horizontally for what he has already provided in his life, death and resurrection. What you need (conviction, forgiveness, righteousness, rescue, transformation, strength, deliverance) can only ever be found in Jesus.” -Paul Tripp