“We have a High Priest, who has made for us a complete and accepted atonement, so that we need not perish for want of a propitiation. He is also our advocate. His intercession is all prevalent. Him the Father heareth always. He understands our case perfectly. He knows all things. No evil can assail us … Continue reading We Have A High Priest
https://youtu.be/7fP5BTBzp-Y James Russell Miller was born on March 20, 1840 at Frankfort Springs, Pennsylvania and died on July 2, 1912. Besides authoring over 80 books, booklets, and pamphlets, he was the Editorial Superintendent of the Presbyterian Board of Publication and a very active pastor in a succession of churches. The crucible of his education was … Continue reading J. R. Miller – Only a Plain Ordinary Day
Does it kind of feel like folks have lost their minds? That we've taken a collective walk through the looking glass and nothing is logical, nothing really makes sense? That you can look people square in the eye, assert a scientific, biological fact such as "if you have an x and a y chromosome and … Continue reading The Dictatorship of Relativism: Absurdity Reigns
James 4.7 Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. How can one have the devil flee from them? In other words, how can you give the devil the boot? By confessing a bunch of "faith inspired mantras"? By listening to Joel's CD's on Spiritual Victory? No. You will … Continue reading The Formula to Defeating the Devil!
“Many rest quite satisfied with themselves, because they are not revilers, blasphemers, drunkards, or otherwise openly profane and immoral, and think themselves in little danger. They forget that the very core of depravity is a hard heart. It is of itself just cause of everlasting banishment from God.” –William S. Plumer “Psalms” (Psalm 95) p. … Continue reading The Danger of a Hard Heart
A book called “The Circle Maker” has started making the rounds through churches as the latest “new method” to access untold blessings from God. Written by Pastor Mark Batterson of National Community Church in Washington D.C., The Circle Maker teaches a new method of prayer by drawing a circle either on the ground or in … Continue reading The Circle Maker…Is This New Idea Scriptural?
“The longer men live in sin the more distasteful are all spiritual and heavenly things. Perhaps no single form of self-deception ruins so many souls as procrastination. One reason why delay so hardens the heart is that it is a refusal to meet the issue God puts before us. It is a base evasion. It … Continue reading Deceitfulness of Sin
” …the life of sin is a life of dissatisfaction. …it never satisfies… The life that people live outside Christ never gives them satisfaction; they spend large sums of money on it, but all in vain. That is because it is a life that stimulates, and draws out of us instead of giving to us. So … Continue reading That Tragic Situation Ends
A. W. Tozer wrote, “’What is God like?’ If by that question we mean ‘What is God like in Himself?’ there is no answer. If we mean ‘What has God disclosed about Himself that the reverent reason can comprehend?’ there is, I believe, an answer both full and satisfying.” Tozer is right in that we … Continue reading What Or Who Is God?