Preach Christ

The motto of all true servants of God must be, “We preach Christ, and him crucified.’ A sermon without Christ in it is like a loaf of bread without any flour in it. No Christ in your sermon, sir? Then go home, and never preach again until you have something worth preaching.” –Charles Spurgeon

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On Luther & Calvin

Michael Reeves has provided a wonderful work on the Protestant Reformation for Christians to learn from and enjoy. The Unquenchable Flame is an easy-to-read, page turner in which Reeves writes with great skill and wit. I especially love this paragraph which describes the differences (and similarities)of Martin Luther and John Calvin, two of the great heroes of […]

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The People of the Book

Christians should love the Old Testament. Unfortunately, some do not. Some believers view the Old Testament as antiquated and hard to understand. We mistakingly believe it is only a book for the nation of Israel and not the church of Jesus. The New Testament disagrees with this assessment. The New Testament declares the Old Testament to be Christian Scripture. […]

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A Prayer of Illumination

The Bible reveals that in order for man to truly understand the Scriptures, we need divine illumination (1 Cor 2). It is the Holy Spirit who works in our minds to help us to grasp God’s truth. Since this is true, it is important that we approach the Bible prayerfully. Robert Plummer in his very […]

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Don’t Forget

Preaching the gospel to ourselves is an important daily practice that Christians should adopt. Why is it so important? The reason is because we are so quick to forget. As humans with sin natures, we are prone to veer off the tracks of our faith. We forget about the amazing salvation that we have been […]

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The Lavishness of God’s Grace

People sometimes struggle trying to understand God’s grace. Grace is unmerited favor. It describes God’s unconditional love and kindness to people. They do not earn it. They can not purchase it. Nor can they lose it. Surely there’s a catch. When a person trusts in Jesus’ substitutionary death on behalf of their sins, they are […]

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