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Lent, food rules, and liberty
By Elizabeth Prata Romans 14:13-23, about food may seem archaic, because Christians have been released from Hebrew food rules for 2000 years. But food rules have been going strong in the Catholic f…
Elizabeth Prata,
5 Reasons to Fast & Pray: - Intercession For A Generation Blog
For discipline:Discipline is extremely important in the life of believers. Sometimes the value of discipline can be lost because many Christians focus on the fa
Russelyn Williams,
Where the Wind Blows
Words of comfort are sometimes the worst form of cruelty. We see it every time the world soothingly affirms destructive sinful behavior. And Christians can make the same grave error whenever the fear of offending a brother overrides the need to confront him. Instead we ought to follow the example of Jesus, who consistently demonstrated
John MacArthur,
Where the Wind Blows
This post was first published in December, 2018. —ed. Words of comfort are sometimes the worst form of cruelty. We see it every time the world soothingly affirms destructive sinful behavior. And Christians can make the same grave error whenever the fear of offending a brother overrides the need to confront him. Instead we ought
John MacArthur,
Finding Security in God’s Love
God’s love for His own simply has no parallel in human experience. It is a powerful, immutable love that extends from eternity past to eternity future. It is a love that is not deterred by our race’s sinful rebellion against God. Because of this love, God pursues and redeems us even when we are morally
John MacArthur,
Every Good And Perfect Gift Comes From God
Have you ever given someone that perfect gift, you know, one that you really felt good about? They are the only types of gifts that God gives to His children.
Robin McKinley,
Ezekiel and the History of Hope
For whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, that through endurance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope” (Romans 15:4). History reminds us of the past, defines us in the present, and prepares us for the future. In Scripture, we have something more, something we might call holy history. The narratives of the Old Testament become the palette the New Testament authors used to paint the answers to the great questions of God, faith, and hu…
Cole Feix,
The Sovereign Savior
Salvation is a creative work of God, not a do-it-yourself project for sinners. Second Corinthians 5:17is an oft-quoted verse that illustrates this: “If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.” The point of that statement should be clear: Salvation is accomplished solely and
John MacArthur,
The Four Soils: The Fertile Ground
This post was first published in August, 2017. —ed. Our approach to evangelism shouldn’t be influenced by the way people respond to the gospel. When the gospel is preached faithfully and clearly, acceptance of the message is never the result of the skill of the messenger or the marketing of the message. As we have
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