How to guard from carnal thoughts and actions. What will do it?

I am reading and studying the John Bunyan book Pilgrim's Progress. John Bunyan wrote this book in 1678. I am using a study guide from Mount Zion Bible Institute (free) and also notes and commentary from Ken Puls of Founder's Ministries/Founder's Press.I absolutely love the language of the old Puritan times. At one point, Christian …

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Lunging Lions along the Way

Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan is a tremendous book. It's an allegory of the Christian's life from salvation to heaven ("The Celestial City"). In the book, there is a scene where Christian Pilgrim is attempting to climb the way to Porter's Lodge Up ahead he can see two lions crouching at the edge of the …

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Dealing with In-Laws, family, personal apostasy/backsliding, dealing with mockers

A variety of links for you to enjoy while I sit here achy and grumpy on day 3 of aches and fever and probably flu.Aimee Byrd "The Housewife Theologian" writes a thoughtful essay about Revelation's letter to the Church at Thyatira and the danger to a church of tolerating even one person's false doctrines. "I …

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We all have a pulpit. How do we use it?

I read an interesting list of points an author made about John Bunyan's conversion. John Bunyan was the writer of Pilgrim's Progress, a book many say is the greatest book ever written, apart from the bible. It is without doubt a literary masterpiece. It has stood the test of time since its publication in 1678. …

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