Author: Rev. Dr. Kenneth Kemble

Remove Not The Ancient Landmarks

The above text is generally understood as referring to property markers, and is a charge to never take advantage of our neighbour by moving the property line in order to diminish that which is his, and thereby enlarge our own borders through deceit. Adam Clarke believed, however, that this passage is not limited to property lines alone. He wrote that this passage teaches us more broadly that we should “take not what is not thine own in any case. Let all ancient divisions, and the usages connected with them, be held sacred. Bring in no new dogmas, nor rites,...

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Turn Us Again O God!

“Turn us again, O God, and cause thy face to shine; and we shall be saved.” Psalm 80:3 Throughout our history, we, the people of God, have traveled down an unending road which has taken us from depravity and desperation to repentance, from repentance to bountiful blessing, from blessing to apathy, from apathy to apostasy, and then from apostasy back again into depravity and desperation. In fact, we have proven over and over again — both nationally and in our own personal lives —our utter depravity and our desperate need of a saviour. We just can’t seem to do...

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Freedom

Recently, a monument with God’s Ten Commandments was erected on the grounds of the State Capitol in Little Rock, Arkansas. It was erected at great expense, despite much opposition from the ungodly. It was a happy time for the faithful in Christ Jesus, and one that had been long awaited. The very next morning, less than 24 hours later, a lone vandal yelled Freedom!” as he deliberately drove his car into that same monument, knocking it off of its foundation and smashing it to pieces. Not only that, he was so proud of himself that he took a video...

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Abide in Christ

“I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.” John 15:5 Here our Lord Jesus Christ tells His disciples that without Him, they can do nothing. We are His disciples today, and so this is also a message to us. Without Him, we can do nothing. The reader has perhaps read this passage before — perhaps many times — and just like a familiar landmark or a familiar sound can become unnoticed over time, so too this passage...

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Seek Those Things Which Are Christ’s

It is the natural tendency of us all to seek our own best interests, to satisfy our own desires and to make ourselves as comfortable as we possibly can. But it is interesting to note that if we live thus, we are never as happy as we are when we spend our lives upon others, and especially in service to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. You can heap treasures unto yourself, and think that if you can just acquire this or that, it will make you happy. But time and time again, this has proven to be fruitless,...

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