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Voices of Comfort

God's word comes to his people as a time of judgment gives way to a time of comfort and restoration. We hear the command to comfort followed by three comforting voices.

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Jacob’s Art of Dying

As Jacob expires from this life, his faith testifies to the blessed comfort of dying in the Lord. 

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The Con of Faith

Amid the dysfunctionality of the covenant family, the Lord preserves a seed of faith within Jacob’s art of deception to make him the an heir of the promise.  

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A Tale of Two Appeals

In the appeals of Judah, we see a picture of person and work of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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The Silent Power of the Word

 In a world where evil seems to get the upper hand more often than not, our Lord strengthens our faith in his unfailing Word by being silent in the hour of darkness. 

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Rescue from Danger

Adjunct Faculty, James M. Renihan   |   April 12, 2018   |   Old Testament, Psalms   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

Deliverance from sin is not the result of self-salvation. We cannot pull ourselves out of the pit. Rescue is the Action of God alone.

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Divine Light

Jesus is the light of life and salvation dawning from Galilee upon a people lost in darkness and death. 

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Where Are They Now? Zach Keele

Adjunct Faculty, Zach Keele   |   August 7, 2017   |  Type: Interviews, Office Hours

Office Hours talks to Rev. Zach Keel, pastor at Escondido Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Escondido, CA, about his time at seminary and his ministry afterward.

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Prayer: The Sufficient Words of Christ

Adjunct Faculty, Zach Keele   |   April 20, 2017   |   Old Testament, Ecclesiastes   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Wisdom

Wisdom reminds us that when we approach God in prayer and worship that our words should be few; since, our foolish tendency is to multiply words instead of trusting in the perfect and sufficient words of Christ.

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Bowing Before the Lord’s Purpose.

Adjunct Faculty, James M. Renihan   |   March 28, 2017   |   New Testament, Romans   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

As Paul struggles with the realities of unbelief and opposition to his work, he resolves his anguish by contemplating the being of God. We may resolve our discouragements by meditating on the Triune God.

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Time and Chance

The Preacher of Ecclesiastes cautions us not to be overly optimistic about wisdom and its power.  Even though wisdom works well, time and chance can spoil the benefits of wisdom and a little bit of folly can destroy wisdom’s power.

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The God of All Comfort and Mercy

The Lord comforts us through the resurrection comfort of Christ, and does this so that we may then pass this comfort on to others as they suffer.

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The Five-fold chain

Adjunct Faculty, James M. Renihan   |   April 12, 2016   |   New Testament, 2 Timothy   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

 As Paul encourages Timothy to press on in his ministry, he describes the Gospel and its spread. It is all the work of God, and yet the Lord's servants play a crucial role. 

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You Must Be Born Again

Adjunct Faculty, Peter R. Jones   |   November 24, 2015   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The foundational notion of being born again describes not just a life-changing past event, but the essence of our present life in Christ and the future of a glorious new creation.

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Meet the Faculty:  Marcus McArthur

Adjunct Faculty, Marcus McArthur   |   August 17, 2015

Office Hours talks with Marcus McArthur, Ph.D. He is Vice President for Administration  and Adjunct Professor of Church History at Westminster Seminary California.

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