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An Appeal to Fathers

Fatherhood has fallen on hard times as Satan has undermined the nurturing influence of many fathers. In an attempt to destroy families, the devil has targeted the head of the home. The outcome of his assault has been defeated dads, bitter children, and fragmented families. In Ephesians 6:4, the Apos... Read More

An Appeal to Husbands

Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it... Ephesians 5:25 Dr. Harry Ironside was approached by a young man on one occasion who came to confess a fault. He told the preacher that he felt he was loving his wife too much. "In fact, I've put her on such a... Read More

Flee From the Wrath to Come

In a 1980 interview, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones was asked the question, "What do you think Christianity ought to say to the economic situation today?" He answered, "I think the great message we must preach is God's judgment on men and on the world." Dr. Lloyd-Jones went on to underscore the importance o... Read More

Hope for this Kind

Laying Hold of the Promises of God in the Face of Unbelief We live in a generation where the youth are passionately following hard after the gods of this world. Allured by the enticements of a sensual age, not a few have cast in their lot to pursue a kingdom of fleeting pleasures. With an unwavering... Read More

Maintaining Ministerial Fervor

The Lethal Effects of Clergical Complacency A story is told of a church janitor who was heard to say, “The blower still works, but the fire has gone out.” He was relating a problem with the furnace, but the pastor of the church heard his comment and thought he was talking about him. Unfortunately, t... Read More

The Barrenness of a Busy Life

The Tragedy of Substituting Work for Worship Satan called a worldwide convention. In the opening address to his evil spirits he said, "We can't keep true Christians from going to church. We can't keep them from reading their Bibles and knowing the truth. We can't even keep them from having conservat... Read More

The Sufficiency of Christ

Confronting the Church's Waning Confidence in the Son of God In his classic satire The Screwtape Letters, C. S. Lewis imagined this mythical letter from the demon Screwtape to his apprentice, Wormwood, who was attempting desperately to prevent a Christian believer from practicing biblical Christiani... Read More

When the Entertainment God Comes to Church

Are we amusing the mixed multitude? And he hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise unto our God: many shall see it, and fear, and shall trust in the Lord. Psalm 40:3 Only Christianity affirms the relationship between its founder and followers with a song. Where there is an absence of song, ther... Read More

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