But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

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Thursday, 27 April 2017 22:59

DBG Weekend Spotlight (4-28-17)

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n this sermon, R. C. Sproul points to our calling to love the Lord with all of our mind.  To love God with everything but the mind is not to love God fully. $5 Friday: Suffering, Predestination, & the Sovereignty of God — As always, Ligonier is offering some good books on...

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Wednesday, 26 April 2017 20:04

3 Questions to Ask Yourself about Modern Prophecy

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s the gift of prophecy given to the church in our present day?  Was the gift of prophecy reserved for the apostolic era of church history?  What must we say about the numerous amount of modern-day prophecies that people continue to share.  Some are formally given in a corporate...

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Tuesday, 25 April 2017 23:08

DBG Spotlight (4-26-17)

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n this clip provided by Todd Friel and Wretched, Phil Johnson points to the “tone police” in the local church today who want every preacher to deliver soft messages. The Worst Consequence of Skipping Church — Tim Challies writes, “This passage does, indeed, warn of...

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od has designed sex and human reproduction for His glory.  When the marriage bed is held in honor, it brings glory to God.  However, from the very beginning the devil has attacked marriage, the family, and human sexuality.  Today’s sexual politics are fueled by the sexual...

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Sunday, 23 April 2017 19:01

The Great Command for the Husband

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esterday I had the privilege to preach on the role and responsibility of the husband in the marriage relationship from Ephesians 5:25.  As we continue to walk through Ephesians together as a church, we looked at the wife in our last sermon in our series and yesterday’s focus was the...

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Thursday, 20 April 2017 23:03

DBG Weekend Spotlight (4-21-17)

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s the pope the church’s high priest?  In this short video, Dr. Nathan Busenitz provides some helpful information regarding the office of the pope and the doctrinal positions of the Roman Catholic Church. James White Debate — Tonight, James White will debate Joe Ventilacion on...

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Wednesday, 19 April 2017 20:24

Paul Remembered Mary

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aul loved Christ and His church, and it is obvious from his letters to the local churches that Paul’s love for God’s people was genuine.  At the end of Romans, Paul dives off into a series of greetings and acknowledgements. It’s quite clear that while he wrote entire...

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Tuesday, 18 April 2017 23:00

DBG Spotlight (4-19-17)

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n this video, John MacArthur answers live questions from his congregation in an evening church service setting reserved for that occasion.  You will find these questions and answers helpful as you think, study, and read the Word of God. Learning to Love the Psalms: A Live Interview with...

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Monday, 17 April 2017 19:01

Please Stop Giving Bad Invitations

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ome people call it “drawing the net” or an “invitation,” while others simply refer to it as an “altar call.”  It’s typically a time of decision at the end of a sermon where people are invited to the front to counsel and pray to receive Christ....

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Sunday, 16 April 2017 23:25

How Do We Know Jesus Is the Risen Savior?

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esterday, I had the opportunity to preach from John 2:13-22 on Resurrection day.  It was a good day of celebration for our church as we witnessed two people follow Christ in believer’s baptism, we engaged in the singing of the gospel to celebrate the resurrection of Christ, we observed...

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Thursday, 13 April 2017 22:49

DBG Weekend Spotlight (4-14-17)

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n this day set aside to remember the death of Jesus on the cross, take time to consider the immense significance.  Paul Washer points to the text of Scripture where Jesus Christ died for sinners and ascended to the high throne of God—something no man has ever done in the history of...

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Wednesday, 12 April 2017 19:03

The Jefferson Bible and the Resurrection

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oday marks what would be the 274th birthday of the third president of the United States of America—Thomas Jefferson.  As the early leader and president of the United States, Jefferson was greatly respected by many.  Jefferson was a great thinker, one who loved books,...

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Tuesday, 11 April 2017 23:06

DBG Spotlight (4-12-17)

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n this sermon, Alistair Begg preaches from Matthew 16 and expounds the statement, “I will build my church.”  You will find this sermon extremely helpful. 5 Quick Productivity Tips for the Busy Mom — Tim Challies knows a little about productivity, and he provides...

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Monday, 10 April 2017 19:00

Why Bad Prayers Glorify God

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recently returned from a trip to Ecuador to preach, evangelize, and train leaders in our church plant in the Andes mountains.  After six years of traveling to this remote mountain village, I always return overjoyed about how our sovereign God is working out all things for His glory—even...

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Monday, 10 April 2017 00:16

The Role and Responsibility of the Wife

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esterday I preached from Ephesians 5:22-24 on the subject of the roles and responsibilities of the wife—as designed by God.  In our previous sermon through Ephesians, I took an overview approach to Ephesians 5:22-33 in order to set the stage for the each section that would be...

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Thursday, 06 April 2017 19:04

DBG Weekend Spotlight (4-7-17)

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n this recent “Ask Anything Live” Dr. Albert Mohler covers some really important questions and if you’re like me, you will find such questions & answers helpful. A Quiz on the Atonement — What do you know about the atonement?  Take this quiz and...

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Wednesday, 05 April 2017 19:02

Parenting

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early 20 years after he promised to never write another book on parenting, Paul Tripp has once again entered the world of parenting—and his book is well worth your time.  His book is centered on the type of parenting that brings lasting change.  He writes in chapter...

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Tuesday, 04 April 2017 19:02

DBG Spotlight (4-5-17)

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n the recent 2017 Ligonier conference, John MacArthur preached on the subject of “The Nonnegotiable Gospel.”  If you haven’t already listened to this sermon, I commend it to you. Reformation Tour, Allen Debate Invitation, Rome and Mary, and More — James White...

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Monday, 03 April 2017 19:02

Two Warnings for the Church

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n Sunday, I had the privilege to preach in our church plant in Zhud, Ecuador.  The text for the sermon was Matthew 7:15-23, and I focused on the two clear warnings that Jesus issued to His people in the famous sermon known to us as, “The Sermon on the Mount.”  Not only were...

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Sunday, 02 April 2017 19:01

3 Reasons Why Preaching Is Not Casual

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hen you listen to a sermon, do you feel the weight upon the preacher’s shoulders?  Do you recognize that every sermon is designed to leave an indelible mark upon your soul and to shape you by God’s Word?  When you listen to a sermon preached, do you get the idea that the...

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Thursday, 30 March 2017 19:01

DBG Weekend Spotlight (3-31-17)

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n the 2017 G3 Conference, Steven Lawson preached on the subject, “The Reformation Was a Recovery of the Gospel.”  You can hear his full sermon below. What We Lost When We Lost Our Hymnals — Tim Challies writes, “I don’t think we should go back to...

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Wednesday, 29 March 2017 19:02

Stop Preaching About the Gospel

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couple of years ago, I met a man who seemed to really love baseball.  He knew a lot about the past players, current players, and their statistics.  However, the more I talked baseball with this particular man, the more obvious it was that he didn’t truly know baseball.  He...

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Tuesday, 28 March 2017 21:06

DBG Spotlight (3-29-17)

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n the 2017 G3 Conference, Phil Johnson preached on the topic: “Love Not the World.”  You can view the entire sermon below and all of the sermons can be accessed through the G3 app. You Might Be a Pharisee If . . . — “Modern Pharisees do exist. But applying...

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Monday, 27 March 2017 19:00

Is the Pope the Antichrist?

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ive hundred years ago (officially October 31st, 2017), Martin Luther, in opposition to the false salvation that was being sold in the form of indulgences by the pope and the Roman Catholic Church, sparked the Protestant Reformation.  The Ninety-Five Theses called out the false salvation...

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Sunday, 26 March 2017 22:51

A Biblical Portrait of Marriage

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esterday, I was privileged to preach an overview of Ephesians 5:22-33 in our morning worship service.  Over the next few weeks, I will go back and spend one week on the responsibilities of wives and at least one week on the responsibilities of husbands in marriage.  This text is rich and...

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