The Importance of Beginnings

Genesis means “beginnings,” and it is in this foundational book that we discover our origin, the reason for the existence of sin in the world, and God’s initial promise to humanity to send a Redeemer. We are introduced to the nation of Israel and to themes that endure throughout the entirety of Scripture, such asContinue reading “The Importance of Beginnings”

Self-Confrontation

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://chapellibrary.org:8443/pdf/books/sexafg.pdf&ved=2ahUKEwiojIy-u6vmAhUGLK0KHVsTBSAQFjAAegQIAhAB&usg=AOvVaw1U91WwXnbLGagYp04m0iGM Above is a link to The Free Grace Broadcaster’s issue on self-examination. On pages 38-41 they have included a list of questions from Thomas Wilcox to help with the process a personal examination. This is in the public domain. Thomas Wilcox died in 1687, but his works live on. I have greatly benefited fromContinue reading “Self-Confrontation”

Snare… PT. 2

2Timothy 2:25b-26 ESV God may perhaps grant them repentance leading to a knowledge of the truth, and they may come to their senses and escape from the snare of the devil, after being captured by him to do his will. In my previous post, I mentioned the word snare and in my personal reading todayContinue reading “Snare… PT. 2”

Theology is Living

There is a direct, inseparable relationship between sound doctrine and saintly living, something scripture teaches clearly and consistently. The reverse is also true – where there is false belief, there will be sinful behavior. – John MacArthur, Biblical Doctrine In the process of looking at how far I have fallen and returning to my firstContinue reading “Theology is Living”

My First Blog Post

Let us cast to the winds as idle talk the common notion that it is possible to be “extreme” and go “too far” in religion. This is a favourite one of the devil, and one which he circulates with vast industry. Jc Ryle I remember when i was newly born -again. I remember it likeContinue reading “My First Blog Post”