Monthly Archives: June 2012

Titus is Almost Here!

This is going to be the last weekend in which Titus will be in the womb!  Yesterday was his original due date.  If he doesn’t come at some point this weekend, then Hollie will be induced on Monday.  The risks … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 26

Question 69: How does holy baptism remind and assure you that Christ’s one sacrifice on the cross benefits you personally? In this way: Christ instituted this outward washing (1) and with it promised that, as surely as water washes away … Continue reading

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2012 Keach Conference

Mark your calendars!  The Reformed Baptist Fellowship of Virginia will host the 2012 Keach Conference on September 28-29.  This year’s conference will take place at Christ Reformed Baptist Church in Charlottesville.  Online registration will be up and running at some … Continue reading

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 25

Question 65: It is through faith alone that we share in Christ and all His benefits: where then does that faith come from? The Holy Spirit produces it in our hearts (1) by the preaching of the holy gospel (2), … Continue reading

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Richard Baxter: The Gospel Produces Humility

“The very design of the gospel is to abase us; and the work of grace is begun and carried on in humiliation. Humility is not a mere ornament of a Christian, but an essential part of the new creature. It … Continue reading

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Paul Tripp and Elyse Fitzpatrick on Parenting

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Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 24

Question 62: Why can’t our good works be our righteousness before God, or at least a part of our righteousness? Because the righteousness which can pass God’s judgment must be entirely perfect and must in every way measure up to … Continue reading

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