Ryle’s Expository Thoughts––Matthew 14

J.C. Ryle, a faithful English theologian of the 1800s is rightfully well known for one of his hallmark works––Expository Thoughts on the Gospels. As his comments and insights on Matthew 14:22-36 had particular impact on my mind as I read them recently, the scripture, followed by Ryle's thoughts, are copied further below. But lest we… Continue reading Ryle’s Expository Thoughts––Matthew 14

God Honored

It's this time of year that the countryside writes in cursive. To be sure, the blocked, cold and all capped letters of winter carry their own grace in their clear, blunt communication, but it's late summer and fall that swings it's branches and flowers in loops and criss-crosses and its grass and gardens in all… Continue reading God Honored

Precious Remedies

Thomas Brooks, an eminent 17th century puritan pastor, penned one of the most practical and helpful books on the Christian life ever printed--Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices. In it we find ripe fruit from Brooks methodical labors in scouring scripture for Satan's wiles and our Heavenly Father's remedy for this cunning adversaries' afflicting actions. We… Continue reading Precious Remedies