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The Offense of the Gospel

No wonder the world hates faithful witnesses for the Lord Jesus Christ. His Gospel is offensive to those who are offensive to God. When we tell unbelievers that their deeds are so evil that they deserve divine punishment in the eternal lake of fire, they mock us. Wherever we shine the light of...

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Why Pray if God is Sovereign in Salvation?

I recently was talking with another believer who was struggling to persevere in praying for the lost. This dilemma arose out of trying to understand if our prayers matter in the salvation of others. How is the tension resolved between the free-will of man to reject God, and...

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Heaven's Residents



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One Church or Many Denominations?

Jesus founded one church, not many denominations. In fact, He prayed for His people to be united in the truth of His Word (John 17). Paul urged believers to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace because there is one body and one Spirit (Eph. 4:3-4). He rebuked the division that was...

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Biblical Judgment of Man

Here is a quick overview of the judgment of man.

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Idolatry and the False Prophet of Rome

Calling himself a pilgrim with the pilgrims, Pope Francis asked "which Mary" did the crowds come to honor? The Mary who is "a teacher of the spiritual life, the first to follow Jesus on the 'narrow way' of the cross by giving us an example, or a lady 'unapproachable'...

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From Darkness to Light

The greatest obstacle to learning the truth is to believe you already know it. There are many who are so indoctrinated by their religion that they refuse to abide in God’s Word to know the truth that will set them free. By stubbornly refusing to look to the only reliable source for truth,...

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Catholics Need Help

Roman Catholics need a lot of help saving their souls. The pope must dispense indulgences, priests must offer bloodless sacrifices on an altar, the church must offer sacraments, sinners must expiate their own sins, Mary must be the cause of their salvation and after all of...

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Reading the Bible with a Theological Purpose by John Fallahee

If you have ever engaged in inductive Bible study, you know the importance of "reading with a purpose." The process is quite straightforward. You choose a word, phrase, topic, person, etc. and read a chapter at a time; marking the Biblical text along the way. As you read, it's a good...

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It Is Finished

“It is finished!” The victory cry of Jesus Christ spoke volumes as to what He accomplished to save His people from the divine wrath He endured as their substitute. The eternal Son of God paid the eternal sin debt that finite man could never pay. It was nailed to the cross (Col. 2:14)....

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