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Wesley Kavanagh
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Sinner saved by God's amazing grace. How am I doing? Better than I deserve.
Sinner saved by God's amazing grace. How am I doing? Better than I deserve.

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Hello Friends! I just returned from the Chronicles event, a Church History Seminar in Big Valley, Alberta. I taught six lectures on Martin Luther and the Reformation of the 16th Century. What a blessed time as we rejoiced in what God did through a simple and humble man of God, despite his many flaws. We examined the theological controversies, and drew parallels to the state of the Church today, especially in North America. We saw the need for Reformation in our day, and the need for vigilance in the face of a hostile culture, an apathetic church, and theological heresies. We prayed for God to raise up more Martin Luthers in our day!
What a blessed time of fellowship we enjoyed, strengthening friendships and building new ones! My thanks to all who came, and heartfelt prayers and wishes for you all!
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Putting Everything in Subjection to Christ
If I were to ask you what the Gospel was and its purpose, how would you answer? Most would say something like, "Jesus died for my sins".  Others might say, "Christ died in my place, was buried and rose again."  There might be those who would quote John 3:16...
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A Mighty Fortress is Our God - Proclaiming the Gospel in Every Generation
“One hammer in the hand of an obscure Augustinian monk
changed the world forever.” These words from Dr. R.C. Sproul are a good
summation of probably the greatest historical event of the past 1000
years.   No hammer rang louder than the
one wielded by Roman ...
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The Humbling of a Man of God
This excerpt taken from F.B. Meyer's book, "Moses", pg. 61. It speaks to my heart because of much of what we went through when we left our last place of full time Christian service. I hope that it is an encouragement to those of you Ministers of the Gospel ...
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From Fundamentalism to Reformed Baptist Theology - My Journey: Part 1
Greetings once again, earthlings. Yes, I have returned from a hiatus of several months, this time to give my personal testimony from the past few years and how it is that God, by His grace, led me from hyper-fundamentalism to Reformed Baptist theology.  I k...
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