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Jeremy Menicucci's Blog

Welcome to the Nouthetic Apologetics and Counseling blog. We consider our posts a primary means of ministry for Nacmin. These posts are written by Jeremy Menicucci and his wife, Charissa Menicucci.

Our primary goal is to provide encouraging and helpful blog posts related to Christian Counseling and Christian Apologetics that can help you. We aim to provide resources for Christian counseling as well as to receive counseling. We also aim to provide posts that help in defending the faith.

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September 12, 2017 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: A Little Faith At Night

The article is about how faith makes you a canvas upon which the Redeemer can paint the beauty of his grace. The author uses the story of Nicodemus to illustrate this principle. Nicodemus was a member...

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September 1, 2017 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: No Such Thing As Chance

In the book of Acts, chapter 8, we are introduced to a story ofactive and passive obedience through the faith of Philip the evangelist. An angel of the Lord commands him to leave the city of Samaria,...

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July 6, 2017 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Why Would You Say Yes?

The article is about the biblical figure Noah and discusses how his story can teach us about what it looks like to have faith. Noah was an ordinary man who was called by God to do something extraordin...

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June 28, 2017 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: Walk A Life Unnoticed

In the Bible, Enoch is known as the seventh generation between Adam and Noah, the father of Methuselah, and a man commended by God. Hebrews 11:5 says, "By faith Enoch was taken up so that he should no...

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April 14, 2017 · by Jeremy Menicucci

From Paul Tripp: The Best Worst Friday

Paul Tripp begins by stating that at the center of a biblical worldview is the recognition that the most horrible thing that ever happened was also the most wonderful thing that ever happened. He goes...

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