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God is sovereign, and God is gracious. He created everything, and He keeps it all, according to His wisdom, power, and love.

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God drove Patrick to slavery, then to prayer. Then He met him in prayer, and led him to freedom, as we will see in this installment of The InVerse Theology Project.

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What can a fourth-century poet/theologian teach us about shining the Light of Jesus?

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In Ecclesiastes 3, Solomon ponders the variety of life and mystery of why men choose to live like beasts.

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Cast out of heaven and brooding upon the earth, Satan hits upon a place to revenge himself against the Lord.

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Christians don't see time the way the world does. We practice the Kingship of Jesus, and receive our time from Him as a most precious gift.

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In chapters 2 and 3 of the Westminster Confession of Faith we begin to know the God Who gave us the Scriptures.

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Patrick continues his introduction and provides an overview of his work in this installment of The InVerse Theology Project.

The Scriptures warn us against drifting from our great salvation.

Think having it all is what it's all about? Solomon would say, "Think again."

In warfare, you need to know your enemy. That's true in spiritual warfare as well.

Time is one of God's most precious gifts, but we need to know how to use it wisely. Otherwise, we might get lost in the graveyard of the Now.

What comes to mind when you hear the word "doctrine"? Love it, hate it, or don't ever think about it, as Christians, we can't do without it. But which doctrines should we believe? Stay tuned.

We open the window of historical theology a crack, to let in some light from the fifth century, as we begin to listen as Patrick relates his defense of the work God called him to do. 

There's a reason why patience is a gift of the Holy Spirit: We do not wait well. In this issue of The InVerse Theology Project, we'll learn how to redeem the wait times of our lives.

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