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Nicholas Kennicott
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For to me, to live is Christ - to die is gain.
For to me, to live is Christ - to die is gain.

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My beautiful ladies (the third one is in her momma's tummy!)
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John Murray on Christian Sabbath Observance:

[From John Murray's commentary on The Epistle to the Romans, Eerdmans: 1997, 257-258]:

The Sabbath institution is a creation ordinance. It did not begin to have relevance at Sinai when the ten commandments were given to Moses on two tables (cf. Gen. 2:2,3; Exod. 16:21-23). It was, however, incorporated in the law promulgated at Sinai and this we would expect in view of the significance and purpose as enunciated in Genesis 2:2,3. It is so embedded in this covenant law that to regard it as of different character from its context in respect of abiding relevance goes counter to the unity and basic significance of what was inscribed on the two tables. Our Lord himself tells us of its purpose and claims it for his messianic Lordship (Mark 2:28). The thesis we are now considering [that Sabbath observance is not in any way to be maintained by Christians] would have to assume that the pattern provided by God himself (Gen. 2:2,3) in the work of creation (cf. also Exod. 20:11; 31:17) has no longer any relevance for the regulation of man's life on earth, that only nine of the ten words of the decalogue have authority for Christians, that the beneficent design contemplated in the original institution (Mark 2:28) has no application under the gospel, and that the lordship of Christ exercised over the Sabbath was for the purpose of abolishing it as an institution to be observed. These are the necessary conclusions to be drawn from the assumption in question. There is no evidence to support any of these conclusions, and, when they are combined and their cumulative force frankly weighed, it is then that the whole analogy of Scripture is shown to be contradicted by the assumption concerned.

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Start to use Google+ & Facebook publish sync extension.

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Shai Linne's latest - excellent, as always.

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Rachmaninoff is my favorite composer, so I enjoyed this very much.

Still trying to decide if I like G+... ehh.

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Why my children will never, ever, ever, ever, ever ride carnival rides. Ever.

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This is a FANTASTIC and important discussion. Excellent distinctions made by Horton, and great thoughts by Keller at the end (i.e. Pastors not being allowed to be part of the organic church).

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