Anne Steele… Yet Speaking

I. Thou lovely source of true delight, Whom I unseen adore, Unveil thy beauties to my sight, That I may love thee more. II. Thy glory o’er creation shines; But in thy sacred word, I read in fairer, brighter lines, My bleeding, dying Lord. III. ’Tis here, whene’er my comforts droop, And sins and sorrows…

Trin•i•ty

The doctrine of the Trinity is absolutely fundamental to the Christian faith. Though the term is not found in Scripture, the concept permeates every page and has been affirmed by believers in every age. The One True God has revealed Himself in the persons of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. The Father…

Tune My Heart

Just as an instrument that is played out of tune is a very unpleasant sound in the ears of others, so a heart that worships God out of tune is a very unpleasant sound in the ears of God. In Psalm 86:11 David prays, “Teach me thy way, O Lord; I will walk in thy…

And I Quote… February 1

Christians who first said credo [I believe – the first word of most ancient Christian confessions] did not do so lightly, but at the risk of their lives under severe persecution. We listen carefully to those who are prepared to sacrifice their lives for their belief. To say credo (I believe) genuinely is to speak…

The•ol•o•gy Pro•per

The•ol•o•gy Pro•per: Theology comes from two Greek words, theos, meaning God, and logos, meaning word. If all theology is thus “words about God,” what is Theology Proper? It is the term that theologians use to refer to the doctrine of God—who He is and what He is like. It is primarily concerned with God’s attributes—those…