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The Mysteries of Compassion
Richard Baxter was an English Puritan pastor who lived in the 17th century. His most famous work is a book entitled, “The Reformed Pastor” and its still a great help to many pastors today.

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The Mysteries of Compassion
There is a story I have heard several times. I don’t think it’s a true account, but I wish it was. At any rate, so the story goes, a man was accepting tickets to get onto a train…

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Anxiety, grief, depression, & suicide are all things that we have, or will, come up against, & in this week’s episode of indoubt, we touch on those topics.

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The Mysteries of Compassion
In today’s passage, here in Matthew 16 and then in Matthew 18, these are the only places in the gospels where we find the word, “church”. And that’s interesting.

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The Mysteries of Compassion
Many Christians lack discernment. What I mean is, they lack the ability to thoroughly investigate the truth claims they hear. Now, that’s not just true of Christians, of course…

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The Mysteries of Compassion
I don’t know if you knew this, but there are people who are futurists. That’s their job. Futurists pay attention to various trends, look for trajectories, and predict where either the market, fashion trends, or social movements are going.

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