John 17:3 And this is eternal life, that they know you the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent. A Christian who lacks joy is an odd creature. The reason it is so odd is because by definition a Christian has joy. A Christian is a possessor of eternal life and that … Continue reading The Gospel Proclaims Eternal Life in Jesus
The Part of the Word of God called "Gospel": Its authority, why, how and for what end it was written After we are made aware of the Law the Gospel is made all the brighter. While the Law produces fear, the Gospel produces hope. In the “Select Works of Theodore Beza”, Beza writes that, after … Continue reading Beza: The Part of the Word of God called “Gospel”
Thinking about where we got the name “Good Friday”? There are still theories out there as to why this day is called Good Friday. Some believe that there is something good about it. Or it was commonly called “God’s Friday” (speculative etymology). Lastly, and most likely, in antiquity “good” is synonymous with “holy”. For more … Continue reading What is so good about Good Friday?
This evening closes the second evening I have been at the PCAs General Assembly in South Carolina. This evening, I had the pleasure of walking downtown. Then I noticed a brother who was doing out door preaching. I walked past him and asked one of his friends what church they were with. The man told … Continue reading Sharing the Gospel After the Hockey Game
Mike Horton discusses his Gospel Driven trilogy (Consisting of Christless Christianity, The Gospel Driven Life, and The Gospel Commission). Listen how his latest book The Gospel Commission fits in the flow of thought from description, prescription to application.
If you are short on time fast forward to the time marked 9:45. That's really where Clifton LeJeune starts his part of this video. The other 2 aren't of concern because at the head of this whole "project" is Clifton LeJeune. Listen to him and notice the point of what he has said "Love God". … Continue reading Clifton LeJeune Confuses Law with Gospel
“Thus it comes about that we see men who in his absence normally remained firm and constant, but who, when he manifests his glory, are so shaken and struck dumb as to be laid low by the dread of death - are in fact overwhelmed by it and almost annihilated. As a consequence, we must … Continue reading Man Before the Majesty of God