Listen HERE "This small treatise reflects the high watermark the Puritans left the Church in Christian ethics & casuistry, written by the Westminster Divine, Thomas Manton. A must-read (or listen!) of every Reformed pastor if not every serious Christian."
Photo by Rene Asmussen on Pexels.com "Confession is of the essence of Christianity both from the standpoint of personal transformation and the belief of objective truth. Confession of sin is the most consistent evidence of continued reliance on the objective work of Christ. “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive … Continue reading To Be A Christian Is To Confess The Truth
During this time of pandemic please remember to pray for those in authority, that God may guide them, give them wisdom and bring them to salvation if they do not know the Lord Jesus. First of all, then, I urge that petitions, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for everyone, 2 for kings and all … Continue reading A Prayer for all in Civil Authority
“And although that in so great variety of circumstances, rules for every singular thing cannot be set down; yet is it no hard matter to give certain General Precepts agreeable unto the Word of God, by the which, as by a certain rule, singular cases may afterwards (as they say) be tried. Let them therefore … Continue reading Beza – Stay or Flee the Plague?
Ok, I broke down and ordered one of those fancy Reformation Study Bibles. I have the old "Reformation Study Bible," you know, the edition just after they changed the name from the New Geneva Study Bible? It was a solid Bible and I used it often so when I noticed the crimson hardcover was on … Continue reading Mobile Command Unit
"O Lord, you have searched me and known me! You know when I sit down and when I rise up; you discern my thoughts from afar. You search out my path and my lying down and are acquainted with all my ways. Even before a word is on my tongue, behold, O Lord, you know it … Continue reading Known
"Here we commemorate the greatest and deepest demonstration of true love the world has ever known. For God looked down upon sorrowing, struggling, sinning humanity and was moved with compassion for the contrary, sheep-like creatures He had made. In spite of the tremendous personal cost it would entail to Himself to deliver them from their … Continue reading The Cross of Calvary
Source Monday the 10th of December in Meditations I Psalm 63:11 A beautiful truth that a born again child of God can and will sing is stated in these words (PRC Psalter): My Savior 'neath Thy sheltering wings, My soul delights to dwell; Still closer to Thy side I press, For near … Continue reading Glory for the Newborn Child of God
"In the midst of battle, it is easy to get discouraged by the bumps, bruises, and wounds that we suffer. When we see other Christians fail, fall, or pass away, it can be devastating. So, we must be reminded that our Captain has already conquered sin and death. He is risen indeed! His strategies will … Continue reading Christian Soldier
A. W. Pink, “…what is now being taught on the subject of prayer, and the deplorable thing is that scarcely a voice is lifted in protest. To say that “human destinies may be changed and moulded by the will of man” is rank infidelity—that is the only proper term for it. Should any one challenge this … Continue reading Prayer