• Doctrine & Theology,  Equipping Eve

    Equipping Eve: Choice or Chance?

    “Choice, not chance, determines destiny.” Do you think the writers of this church sign had verses like John 1:12-13 in mind? It seems doubtful! Let’s open our Bibles and use the example of Lydia in Acts 16 to see just who is making the choices that determine our “destiny.” Click here to listen to this latest episode of Equipping Eve and find additional resources.

  • Doctrine & Theology

    The Dividing Doctrines of Grace

    Have you ever met a theological fence-sitter? These are those who like to have their proverbial cake and eat it too. They epitomize the old adage, “love the one you are with” so as not to anger any. This phenomenon is found in various circles and even in many professing Christian circles, but the ones of whom I write today are those who waver with the wind in regard to their soteriological profession. One can almost imagine the Apostle Paul shaking his head at the mere thought. For am I now seeking the favor of men, or of God? Or am I striving to please men? If I were still…

  • Doctrine & Theology

    Salvation Is a Work of God

    There is a difficult but marvelous truth to be found within the pages of Scripture: You, dear Christian, cannot save anyone. Nor can any sinner save himself. No matter how pithily or poetically one asks Jesus to “come into his heart,” no matter how many zeroes are written on the check, no matter how piously the Lord’s Table is approached, no matter how many Bible studies one participates in, no matter how many sermons one hears, no matter how many Bibles one owns, no man can bring himself to the point of salvation, nor can any man hold himself responsible for saving another. Salvation is a work of God. “Except…

  • Doctrine & Theology,  Quotes

    The Sovereignty of God Is the Most Comforting Doctrine

    The sovereignty of God is the most encouraging and comforting doctrine in all of Scripture. An understanding of it removes the anxiety from life. It also gives the man of God courage in spiritual duty and willingness to face any danger. God is never surprised, nor is His will ever frustrated. He says in Isaiah 46:11, “Truly I have spoken, truly I will bring it to pass. I have planned it, surely I will do it.” Because He is in total control, there is no need to worry, to compromise, to equivocate, or to manipulate to achieve a goal. The man of God knows that the success of his ministry…

  • Musings

    NoCo90: The Myth of Free Will

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