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Being required to fill in an internet application in a way that the system prevents
I experienced something the other day which reminded me of Calvinism . My daughter and I had to fill in an application on British Airways’ website for her trip to the USA, and it was very imp…
Annika Björk,
Is Being Nice Enough?
Being nice or “showing love” to sinners is ballyhooed as the latest and greatest in “being like Jesus” and “loving the unsaved”. But again, I wonder is it enough? And is it really “being like Jesus…
Lisa Price,
Prophecy 2024: Major Prophecies are Closing Fast 
Since 2008 our website has offered a compendium of prophetic events that will affect our future and change the shape of our world. This year the waves of change are tumultuous and the near future promises to get even more distressing.How much time is left – can we say?There is...
Michael Bresciani,
God’s couriers
Our previous post stirred up some discussion when I suggested that it is God who issues the gospel call, so we don’t need to devise mechanisms to get people to respond. Let’s clarify.
Allen Browne,
7 Things To Hold Fast - Raising Zion
When someone thinks of quitting, friends say ‘Hold On bro’. For a child of God there is a ‘holding on’ too. What should he/she hold on to? To that which is good. ‘Prove all things; Hold fast that which is good’ [1 Thessalonians 5:21] Deception is on the rise. Sin is increasing. So many deaths […]
Nehemiah Zion,
Why Confess?
Confession can be difficult to wrap your mind around. In many people’s minds, it still carries a stigma from the Catholic church. Isn’t confession something you have to do with a priest? If you are Catholic, or used to be Catholic, confession has to do with mediation. You go confess your sins to the priest so that he can mediate before God, give you advice, or reprimand you for what you’ve done. If you’re not Catholic, chances are you don’t put a big priority on confession. For others, confes…
Cole Feix,
Victory in Jesus
We had been renting a log house in the village of Nenana, Alaska for several years. It was the perfect size for not only our home, b…
Russ Sharrock,
The Seven Last Sayings of Christ: A Plea for Forgiveness
This post was first published in March, 2015. —ed. Because of the physical rigors of crucifixion, Christ spoke only with great difficulty during His final hours on the cross. Scripture records just seven brief sayings from the Savior on the cross, but every one of them reveals that Christ remained sovereignly in control, even as
John MacArthur,
How can I be saved in Jesus Christ?
God’s Plan of Salvation The Bible says there is only one way to Heaven. Jesus said: “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me.” (John 14:6) G…
Babatope Babalobi,
Ask Jesus Into Your Heart
Thispost was first published during January 2016. –ed. One doesn’t simply invite himself over to the White House for a night in the Lincoln Bedroom, or into Buckingham Palace for tea with the Queen. No matter how earnest your desire or assertive your request, you will be denied access. And that’s no surprise to most
John MacArthur,

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