Discernment cannot survive without doctrine, and where there is doctrine, we need discernment

In 2007 a novel called "The Shack" by William P. Young was published. It is a novel about a father experiencing grief over the kidnap and murder of his 7-year-old daughter. He receives a personal invitation from "God" to meet at the very place where his daughter was killed, a shack in the nearby woods.The …

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Through the Years: Faithful men and praise to Jesus for raising them up

What is it? Answer at bottomThe above is the sermon list by year of sermons available in Dr. John MacArthur's sermon archive.On a recent blog essay, someone posted the following question to me:"Why do you worship MacArthur so much? You quote him on your blogs more than you do the Bible.-Jeff"I answered this way:"Great question! …

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Oh no, I touched the Lord’s anointed!: Developing Biblical Discernment

I enjoy listening or watching an array of mature preachers. John MacArthur, Steve Lawson, Phil Johnson, Jim McClarty, Steve Hadley, Paul Washer (and here) and Don Green are my most frequently visited go-to men. In his latest sermon, Pastor Don Green of Truth Community Fellowship is preaching through 1st John. In this sermon titled Developing …

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