Today’s blog post is simply on a topic that I’ve had on my mind lately. It won’t really be expounding on scripture, for I don’t know of any scripture that speaks about this specific topic.I know this from experience and I’m sure scripture teaches something of this truth but I don’t really know where or how. I want to focus on something that I do think the church fails at sometimes. I typically don’t have too much bad to say about the church because it’s Christ’s Bride and I love her! I know we are a work in progress and strive towards holiness but we do fail at things and I think this is one of those things.
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Today I had a classical Arminian ask me 4 questions. This blog post contains my answers to these questions. I am posting this today to see if I am wrong on any of my replies and to see if you would add anything to it.
I had a dear brother in Christ who was recently converted send me a link that his mother shared with him. His mother is a professing believer who rejects the doctrines of grace. She shared this with him as though it was a good logical argument against Calvinism. However upon simply reading it over it is shown that it’s not a good argument against Calvinism at all. I’m going to attempt to write a response to this article here and I will email it to the writer at their website as well as publish it for others to read. Here is the link if you want to read it first
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In this blog post I won’t be teaching some deep theological truth or expounding on certain verses of scripture or exposes some heresy/heretic that is prominent in our culture. In this blog post I will be looking in the mirror and being honest. The topic for this blog is about my
I hear this phrase tossed around a lot among those who would call themselves reformed or just simply Christian. This phrase was brought out again because a brother asked me to post my blog post about C.S. Lewis again. I haven’t only heard it in response to C.S. Lewis but I hear it a lot in defense of Lecrae. (How I feel about Lecrae is for another blog post, maybe a tear filled one.) I find that people think that this response somehow voids the false teaching of said person. This phrase I speak of is,
As I was reading this morning I came across this verse which I have definitely read before but it stuck out to me this morning. The verse is 1 Peter 5:10 and instead of giving my opinion of what it means I’ll let John Gill because not only did the verse lead me to worship but so did his commentary.
This I think may be my shortest blog post yet but I wanted to share it. I read a quote and wanted others to see this as well. Not only to see it but also to put it into practice. If we love the gospel we will hate false gospels. Enjoy!
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