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April 2014

The Glorious Gospel of Salvation

It is unique – God’s only message with directions to paradise (1 Cor. 15:2). It is eternal – the same unchanging message for every generation (Rev. 14:6). It is exclusive – declaring that all other faiths are false (John 14:6; Mat. 7:13-14). It is of grace –...

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True Faith or False Hope: How Sure Are You?

The most terrifying words professing Christians could ever hear would be if Jesus Christ said to them, “I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness” (Matthew 7:23). On judgment day, those horrifying words will be heard by many who called Jesus “Lord” but...

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The Mass of Abominations

The Lord Jesus was immersed in the wrath of a sin-avenging God so that divine justice could be appeased. He suffered excruciating pain as He bore the sins of His people so that eternal life could be offered as a gift of His grace. He suffered and died once for all sin for all time, there are no...

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Justification - The Heart of the Gospel

The doctrine of justification is the hinge upon which the gates of heaven open and close. It is a doctrine that separates biblical Christianity from Roman Catholicism. Those who have a wrong view of justification, have a wrong view of the Gospel of salvation. The source of justification is God...

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Absolute Truth

Absolute Truth Why is it so important to understand and embrace the concept of absolute truth in what we believe? Simply because life has consequences for being wrong. Taking the wrong amount of a medication can kill you; making the wrong monetary decisions can cause financial ruin; boarding the...

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True and False Unity

The Bible speaks of two kinds of unity. A false unity that is based on man’s agenda to glorify self (Gen. 11:1-9). This is the ecumenical movement of the 21st century that is driven by apostasy, tolerance and the compromise of God’s Gospel. It is the false unity of the antichrist and...

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