The joy of submitting to Jesus, and the tragedy of rejecting Him: two anecdotes (and a third)

There are two responses to the Gospel, yea or nay. Here is S. Lewis Johnson with an anecdote about a person who said yea.Paul, His Gospel, and Thomas JeffersonGeorge Cutting is a man who is best known for the fact that he’s the author of a little pamphlet. You usually find it in tract racks …

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Expositor FM: A new internet 24-hour radio station

My face when someone says they are doing a Beth Moore study/doing a Jesus Calling Devotional/posting a Joyce Meyer quote.Here is a link to some critiques of these women who are doing harm to the faithful.Woman to WomanOn the upside, John MacArthur at Grace To You has launched a new internet radio station. 24 hours …

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What does it mean when the Prophets say "The Day of the LORD is near?"

I was listening to S. Lewis Johnson preach Obadiah. in a sermon titled "The Prophet of Edom's Doom." In Obadiah 1:15, the Prophet of God says,For the day of the Lord is near upon all the nations.Any reader of the bible, Old Testament or New, casual reader or diligent, will have read that expression. It …

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Sometimes judgment comes not as brimstone or earthquake, but as a moth

When you read the bible, stop frequently to ponder. Think about what you're reading. Also, frequently ask yourself, "What does this mean?"We read about different metaphors in the bible, and we read about different insects and animals sometimes as a part of those metaphors. In Psalm 59:14 we read that enemies return at evening, howling …

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