Perhaps one of my favourite “phrases” from the writings of J.C. Ryle, of which, during the last few years, often referred to both in conversation and script!
“One plague of our age is the widespread dislike to what men are pleased to call dogmatic theology. In the place of it, the [Continue reading ...]
It is one thing to confess Christ or profess to be a Christian and quite another to live and walk before the face of God within that confession or profession in obedience to God and His Word. There are so many in our time who claim to be Christians, but whose lives are [Continue reading ...]
Spiritual discernment is lacking in the Christian community. Though there are faithful pastors and Christians who take the word of God seriously, there is an increasing number of Christians who are abandoning the clarity and commands of Scripture and substituting political correctness, feelings, and tolerance for biblical truth and its sometimes difficult revelations. [Continue reading ...]