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17 February 2020

We got to church today for a bit of a storming sermon. About what we come to church for: to meet our needs or to serve others. At the end of the service the alter call went something like this. “I was one of those guys he’s talking about. I was in year 12 and […]

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Lectionary Australia Theology Wokeness

16 January 2020 (Sexegesma, and Post Valentines)

The law of Moses was a law of life, and this is now despised, because many of our elite hate life and hate our species and our nations and our tribes. They often call themselves quite spiritual, wiccan, natural… and if more honest and Australian, Satanic. They choose death. We should not do so. Almighty […]

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Writing Lectionary music

15 February 2020

Adam was discussing the fall of the Petersen, and some commentators found articles he had written when Petersen wwas becoming prominent and before he had disabused himself of the idea that he may be an ally of the truth, beauty and honour. Adam corrected his mistake, for we all make them. Nobody can be right […]

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14 February 2020

There are things we are commanded to despise. To Hate. To have nothing to do with. We have a shorthand for such things: we call them the world. Anything that is of the world we should not love. We should be prepared to just let it go, leave it. Our possessions, our jobs, our status: […]

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Lectionary

13 February 2020

This is an age of antinominalism, where the ethics of Satanism[1] is seen as right, proper and tolerant, and woe betide those who talk about the joy of discipline, regularity, routine. Of inclucating godly habits. Yes, we are saved by Grace, but we are to use that freedom as the spirit of God guides us, […]

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12 February 2020

If you can tolerate me going into the murky swamp of progressive politics, we get a good anti example of how to behave, a good product of modern education, now running for president. But he’s never worked. He has managed. Buttigieg has the nearly perfect managerial man resume. The only thing that tarnishes it is […]

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11 February 2020

I’ve got some music running behind this, trying to wake up. “There is power in the name of Jesus / To break every chain”. And yes, the breaking of the power of sin and death and this world which would blind us from the truth, leaving us fat, broken, envious, hateful, and seeking the habitual […]

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Lectionary Christianity Theology

10 February 2020

Sometimes the introduction for a passage comes from someone else. In this case, one of our honest Papist Brothers, who knows his doctrine, and when someone is betraying it, offering incense not to God but to the spirit of this age. Pope Francis has made an(other) “impassionate appeal” for globalist wealth redistribution, condemning tax cuts […]

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Lectionary music

Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany (Septuagesima)

God bless the papists. Because they still understand their Latin, and can remind us that we are moving from Christmastide to Lent. I’m reformed, and my church does not keep the traditional seasons, but we have a month of prayer and fasting, leading to our expansion offering. The Sundays of Septugesima are named for their […]

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New Zealand Lectionary

8 February 2020

One of the things that happens when you do not walk with God is that you become stupid and blind. Stupid, because you find yourself without discernment, thinking up clever schemes and thinking that they will work when historically they do not. Such people do not have a replication problem: they always fail. Blind because […]