We must walk them before the flock of God.
We are charged with caring for the souls of God's sheep.
The Gospel is the greatest story ever told. Here begins The Story in a blended harmony set in blank verse. This is Part 1: Introduction.
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Asaph frustrates the devil's attempt to ensnare him, and serves as a portent of worse to come for the enemy of our souls.
For William Cowper, preachers need only look to the apostle Paul for a proper example of how to do their work.
Repentance and faith go together in the Christian life, both at its beginning, and in an ongoing way, as we see from chapters 14 and 15 of The Westminster Confession of Faith.
Here we begin to hear the second extant writing from the hand of St. Patrick, his Letter Against the Soldiers of Coroticus.
Our meditations on The Iliad come to a close in this installment, as we consider the lasting value and spiritual use of Homer's poem.
Solomon brings his meditations on life under the sun to its conclusion in Ecclesiastes 12.
Satan boasts of leading leaders astray the salting the lie with truth. But he met his match - and a terrible portent of things to come - in the prophet Asaph.
In Part 2 of "An Essay on Preaching" we hear William Cowper rail against those who would use the pulpit for personal advantage.
Jesus is exalted in glory, advancing His Kingdom, and calling us to see and follow Him in overcoming all His foes.
Patrick was falsely charged with greediness and seeking personal gain from his ministry. He has a word or two to say about that in Part 9 of Celtic Flame: The Burden of Patrick.
The ancient Greeks longed for a world of peace and prosperity, but they could not overcome their hearts full of lust and war.
We may enjoy some success in life, and perhaps even a bit of happiness, living only "under the sun." But then we die, and then what?
Satan's boldest and most consistent efforts to turn the hearts of people away from God has been by corrupting worship. He tells us all about it in Part 8 of Satan Bound.
What is preaching? And what is preaching for? 18th century poet and hymnodist William Cowper had some thoughts on those questions, and we begin to review them in Part 1 of "An Essay on Preaching."