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“Amillennialism: Millennium Today” by David Wright

November 5, 2013
“Amillennialism: Millennium Today” by David Wright

“The devil is bound throughout the whole period, from the first coming of Christ to the end of the world, which will be Christ’s second coming. . . He is not permitted to exert his whole power of temptation, either by force or by guile to seduce people. . . ”

Two Salvation Plans Contrasted

September 13, 2013
Two Salvation Plans Contrasted

The Roman Catholic Church's salvation plan is in stark opposition to the Holy Scripture's teachings.

8 Things I Learned from God Seeking to Kill Moses in Exodus 4

August 2, 2013
8 Things I Learned from God Seeking to Kill Moses in Exodus 4

Why is this "excursus" inserted in the story of the appointment of Moses as the leader of God's covenant people? Is there anything to learn from this incident?

PDF Booklets About Our Church’s Doctrines And Worship

May 9, 2013
PDF Booklets About Our Church’s Doctrines And Worship

When you visit our church on the Lord's Days, you're welcome to get a free copy of the following booklets from our literature table. You may also download these booklets below.

What Did Conversion to Christianity Mean to First-Century Jews Who Had Children?

March 9, 2013
What Did Conversion to Christianity Mean to First-Century Jews Who Had Children?

The promise of forgiveness and renewal by the Spirit is spoken specifically to the children of Peter's listeners. But the point is: In expanding his community of grace to the Gentiles, God will not expel the children.

Summary Points on Christian Baptism

May 17, 2012
Summary Points on Christian Baptism

Baptism is not a Christian's public profession of his own decision to believe in Christ (a truly Arminian idea), but the sign and seal of Christ's own work of washing of a sinner to save him.

“Abraham the Father of All Who Believe”

May 15, 2012
“Abraham the Father of All Who Believe”

To thousands of new Jewish converts to Christianity, this was the meaning of believers-only baptism: as soon as they believed in Christ, their children, formerly members of God's own treasured people, now have become unclean, detestable pagans, cut off from God's covenant promises. And not one of them dared question the apostles; they just sheepishly accepted this horrific fact.

Transformed by Incomprehensible Love (Repost)

February 13, 2012
Transformed by Incomprehensible Love (Repost)

A husband promises to love and to cherish his wife, but would he keep this promise if his wife was unfaithful? Not so with Christ, who, like Hosea, kept his promise, even to an adulterous Bride: he "loved the church and gave himself up for her."

Why Every Self-Respecting Reformed Christian Must be a Tuliper…

January 13, 2012
Why Every Self-Respecting Reformed Christian Must be a Tuliper…

"How many points?" Surely there are more than five. And when that larger number of points taught by the Reformed confessions is not respected, the famous five are jeopardized, indeed, dissolved —and the ongoing spiritual health of the church is placed at risk.

Resources for Liturgical Worship (2): Call to Worship

August 30, 2010
Resources for Liturgical Worship (2): Call to Worship

It is God who calls us to assembly; we do not assemble together of our own desire. God does not need our worship because he does not need anything in himself. On the contrary, he commands us his covenant people to worship him.

Pop Evangelism’s Misuse of Scripture: Part 6

April 15, 2010
Pop Evangelism’s Misuse of Scripture: Part 6

All mankind – not only Christians – have a personal relationship with God. One group is in a relationship of grace and mercy, while the other group is in a relationship of wrath and judgment.

Pop Evangelism’s Misuse of Scripture Part 3: Jeremiah 29:11

March 10, 2010
Pop Evangelism’s Misuse of Scripture Part 3: Jeremiah 29:11

Jeremiah 29:11 is not a promise to the man on the street that God loves him, that “God has a wonderful plan for his life.”

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