It is by knowing the truth, then applying it to one’s life, that will make one free, according to the word of God: So Jesus was saying to those Jews who had believed in Him, “if you continue in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine; and you will know the truth, and […]Read: The Truth Will Make You Free
Truth or Error
Do not be bound together with unbelievers; for what partnership have righteousness and lawlessness, or what fellowship has light with darkness ? 2 Corinthians 6:14 httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jaj796HkXzE Shepherds’ Conference 2010 Or what agreement has the temple of God with idols? For we are the temple of the living God; just as God said, “I will dwell […]Read: Separating From Unbelievers
Standing on the foundation of Scripture is a body of truth that you must believe. If you reject that body of truth, you are not a Christian. First, can we agree that a true Christian is someone who embraces those truths by faith? Second, which of those truths are the subjects of evangelical sermons, books, […]Read: What Must I Believe?
The Bible is the only authoritative source from which Christianity is derived. Sound strange? That used to be the defining characteristic of evangelicalism. Collectively evangelicals seem to have drifted far from that principle, and evangelicalism is taking on some strange shapes. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcv7oZLwi8Q So the first thing that is true about the delivered, the true Christians, […]Read: Fellowship in Truth
According to some prominent evangelical leaders, we’ve been fighting the wrong war. Protestants, Catholics, and other religious people should quit bickering over issues of heaven and hell and unite in the culture war. Wait a minute…what’s wrong with this picture? httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yc8CrQQLXtc Sermon excerpt: A woman once wrote to me, she said she thought Christianity was […]Read: Ecumenical Jihad – John MacArthur
Better in the abyss of truth than on the summit of falsehood. C.H. Spurgeon The line of truth is narrow as a razor’s edge. C.H. Spurgeon The safest truth is the simplest. C.H. Spurgeon We hope to understand the truth better, but we shall never discover better truth. C.H. Spurgeon He that perverts truth shall […]Read: Spurgeon Quotes on Truth (1)
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 […]Read: Spurgeon on Religious Pluralism
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 […]Read: What Is Pragmatism & Why Is It Bad?
Is Pragmatism Really a Serious Threat? I am convinced that pragmatism poses precisely the same subtle threat to the church in our age that modernism represented nearly a century ago. Modernism was a movement that embraced higher criticism and liberal theology while denying nearly all the supernatural aspects of Christianity. But modernism did not first […]Read: Pragmatism is Modernism Recycled
I have known, in my short time, certain churches, in the paroxysms of delirium, meeting houses crowded, aisles filled, preachers stamping and thundering, hearers intoxicated with excitement, and persons converted by wholesale—even children converted by hundreds—they said thousands. Well, and a month or two after, where were the congregations? where were the converts? Echo has […]Read: Easy Believism – C.H. Spurgeon