Monthly Archives: June 2012

He Who Endures To The End Will Be Saved

The subjectivity of being saved is the foundation of the “free grace” movement within the church, and it dates back to medieval times, as well as during the times of the Reformation; in fact, it has adherents in New Testament … Continue reading

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Ask Your Pastor About This Passage…

6 But it is not as though the word of God has failed. For not all who are descended from Israel belong to Israel, 7 and not all are children of Abraham because they are his offspring, but “Through Isaac … Continue reading

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Weekly Dose Of Lloyd-Jones (On Preaching)

‘… on another occasion I stand in this pulpit labouring as it were left to myself, preaching badly and utterly weak, and the devil has come and said, ‘There will be nobody there at all next Sunday’, But thank God … Continue reading

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Who Argues Like Who?

It seems that the rise of continuationism (the gifts of tongues, prophecies e.t.c will not end until the return of Christ) has become a popular thing in Christianity. Here I am not speaking of the outrageous claims from the extreme … Continue reading

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A.W. Pink On Another Gospel

The gospel of Satan is not a system of revolutionary principles, nor yet a program of anarchy. It does not promote strife and war, but aims at peace and unity. It seeks not to set the mother against her daughter … Continue reading

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Who Are You To Preach!?

The “Doctor” answers: I would not be a preacher of the gospel if it did not work. This is no profession to me. I did not come into a pulpit because I want a profession…   It is utterly unscriptural … Continue reading

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Weekly Dose Of Lloyd-Jones

The Bible is God’s book, it is a revelation of God, and our thinking must always start with God. Much of the trouble in the Church today is due to the fact that we are so subjective, so interested in … Continue reading

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