Remember the Blood of Christ

I charge you never to give up the old doctrine of the blood of Christ, the complete satisfaction which that atoning blood made for sin, and the impossibility of being saved except by that blood. Let nothing tempt you to believe that it is enough to look only at the example of Christ. When you …

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The Fear of God – J. Randall Easter

But I will warn you whom to fear: fear him who, after he has killed, has authority to cast into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him! (Luke 12:5) Fear is something that mankind deals with on several different levels. Fear causes mankind to hide, rebel, lash out, slander, panic, and to be something that …

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Spurgeon Quotes on Discipleship

A whetstone, though it cannot cut, may sharpen a knife that will. C.H. Spurgeon If I had any human master he would have been out of patience with me long ago, but the Lord Jesus Christ never gives up a scholar; having once commenced to teach, he continues his divine lessons till they are fully …

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All Kinds of Strange Teachings – J.C. Ryle

“Do not be carried away by all kinds of strange teachings. It is good for our hearts to be strengthened by grace, not by ceremonial foods, which are of no value to those who eat them”  Hebrews 13:9 The text is an apostolic caution against false doctrine. It forms part of a warning which Paul …

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Truth for Today – Undeserved Favor

The following is from one of my daily devotionals, for today, namely “Truth for Today – A Daily Touch of God’s Grace” by John MacArthur Undeserved Favor “Where sin abounded, grace abounded much more.”  Romans 5:20 Salvation does not come by confirmation, communion, baptism, church membership, church attendance, trying to keep the Ten Commandments, or …

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The Jesus You Can’t Ignore

by Mike Ratliff While I was on my Christmas break, I bought and began reading John MacArthur’s 2008 book The Jesus You Can’t Ignore. As I stated in another post, I was in the process of rereading the biography of William Tyndale by David Daniell when I bought and began reading this book. It was …

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