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Jeremy Menicucci

About Jeremy Menicucci

Pastor Jeremy Menicucci is the CEO of Nacmin, Editor in Chief, and main contributor to nacmin.org. He is an established nouthetic counselor, pastor, apologist, amatuer textual critic, husband and father.

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January 3, 2022 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: The Calendar Flips Over

In this article, Paul Tripp talks about how a new year is a time for reflection, but it is also a time to celebrate. He talks about how we all have inescapable limits of power, wisdom, control, and go...

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May 18, 2021 · by Jeremy Menicucci

No, Jesus is not a god, He is God

"How is He God if He is created? For that which is created is not God."I remember two Jehovah’s Witnesses coming to my door a while back. They were doing their very best to try to argue that we ha...

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April 2, 2021 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Sacrifice

The article is about sacrifice, and how everyone makes sacrifices in their life. The author talks about how there is only one man who had sacrifice as his purpose, and that man is Jesus. Jesus is the...

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April 1, 2021 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Was It Necessary?

The article asks whether or not God really had to go to such extreme lengths in order to fix the problem of sin. The author argues that every detail of Christ's life, from his birth to his resurrectio...

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March 11, 2021 · by Jeremy Menicucci

One Way Christians Can Find the Truth

It’s clear that there are times that Christians seemed entrenched in a difficult version of conflict. There are two sides to a story, and Christians find themselves having to decide which side to...

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February 18, 2021 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: To Mourn

The purpose of this article is to encourage Christians to mourn over their sin instead of trying to numb the feelings away. The author argues that when we deny what is within us, our hearts grow hard...

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January 9, 2021 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: 1/6/21

In short, we are called to love our enemies, serve them, and pray for them. To live out our Christianity with gentleness, self-control, and a good attitude. And to let our light shine through our good...

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December 27, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

On the Third Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the third day of Christmas comfort, I'm reminded of several case studies. Each one of these cases involved counseling someone who was either severely depressed or suicidal. In all of the cases...

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December 26, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Such Mystery

In this passage, Paul Tripp is discussing the mystery of how God became man. He starts by talking about how the eternal one enters time and becomes a creature. He then talks about how the all-sufficie...

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December 25, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

On the Second Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the second day of Christmas comfort, here are two encouraging quotes from Jerry Bridges book, Trusting God:  All people—believers as well as unbelievers—experience anxiety, frustration, heart...

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December 25, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Timeless One

Paul Tripp begins by discussing how the "timeless one" - Jesus Christ - entered into our time and space. He goes on to describe how Christ showed us glory by fulfilling promises and meeting requiremen...

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December 22, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

On the First Day of Christmas (Comfort)

On the first day of Christmas comfort, we are reminded that we have one great savior, Jesus Christ. He is the reason for the season. Jesus is the one way of salvation.  Jesus said to him, “I am...

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December 21, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

Twelve Days of Christmas (Comfort)

I'm a little late in starting this, but I wanted to write a series of posts that deal with comfort for hurting people. Christmas is a time of year that is normally associated with happy times and...

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August 13, 2020 · by Jeremy Menicucci

We've Made an Important Update

We cannot express how happy we are for all the support that we've received through this ministry. There have been so many people who have supported us through prayer, encouragement, and even thro...

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