The Rush to Relevance is the Road to Ruin

I’d love to know who sold Christians and clergy the bogus notion that the church somehow needs to be more “relevant” to the culture in order to win it for Christ. You can hardly escape the word in Christian circles today. It’s absolutely everywhere believers are, and is used incessantly alongside other trendy terms like …

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To Judge or Not Be Judged

By Ray Yungen With regard to the current spiritual deception coming into the church, let us ask two questions: Is it right to judge? And do all paths lead to God? Jesus Christ foretold in Matthew 7:22-23 Many will say to me in that day, “Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and …

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Called and Separated – C.H. Spurgeon

For Christ’s sake the Christian man is henceforth obliged to be separated in many respects from such of his family and kindred as remain in their sins. They are living according to the flesh, they are seeking this world; their pleasure is here, their comfort below the skies. The man who is called by grace …

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Making Light Of Jesus Christ – C.H. Spurgeon

Matthew 22:5 “And they made light of it, and went their ways, one to his farm, another to his merchandise.” Do not those men make light of Christ and salvation that shun the mention of His name, unless it be in a vain or sinful use? Those that love not the company where Christ and …

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Spurgeon on Religious Pluralism

A thousand lying religions may sleep peaceably in one bed, but wherever the Christian religion goes as the truth, it is like fire brand, and it abideth nothing that is not more substantial than the wood, the hay, and the stubble of carnal error. C.H. Spurgeon Read the book of God for yourself. “But some …

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What Is Pragmatism & Why Is It Bad?

In a column published some years ago in a popular Christian magazine, a well-known preacher was venting his own loathing for long sermons. January 1 was coming, so he resolved to do better in the coming year. “That means wasting less time listening to long sermons and spending much more time preparing short ones,” he …

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