Anxious? You Don't Need a Pill, You Need Redirected Hope

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Posted by Nathan Moore on

My life is in some ways, just like yours — a unique cocktail of delightful, painful, and mundane circumstances that often leaves me stumbling around in an anxious stupor. As one who has always prided myself as easy going and generally able to "roll with the punches" I realized my...

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Tags: hope, anxiety, worry, gospel

I'll Give You my Vote But Not my Hope

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Posted by Nathan Moore on

Its election time in America. The heads are bobbing, the media is spewing, and twitter is aflame. Airways are polluted by ads that slander one and canonize the other. Dinner table discussions are passionate and awkward. Bumpers are freshly stickered and the stench of donkeys and elephants is in...

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Tags: politics, hope, gospel

Language of the Cross (3): Propitiation

Posted by Nathan Moore on

In short propitiation is this: Just as a priest would pour out death on a lamb to pay for the sins of the people, death was poured out on the Lamb of God to satisfy the wrath of God for the sins of His people.

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'A to Z' of the Gospel

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TIm Keller once said: “we never “get beyond the gospel” in our Christian life to something more “advanced”. The gospel is not the first “step” in a “stairway” of truths, rather, it is more like the “hub” in a “wheel” of truth. The gospel is not just the A-B-C’s but the A to Z of Christianity...

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Great Sin and the Glory of God

Posted by Nathan Moore on

There are two primary ways that God is exalted in the life of the believer. It is easy to see that God is glorified in our obedience. In fact, the pharisee in us all naturally exalts self-righteousness. We know we are supposed to be good, but we are often...

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