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Sermon of the week: “Biblical Womanhood” by Voddie Baucham.

Your Wednesday sermon of the week is Biblical Womanhood by Voddie Baucham. This message is also very apropos to men (so don’t you guys think you can skip out on this week’s sermon). And don’t forget to check out Baucham’s two messages on Biblical Manhood too.

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We should often repeat to [our children] that God is so holy, and yet so gracious that, rather than He would on the one hand destroy man or on the other leave sin unpunished, He made His own Son a sacrifice for it, appointing Him to be humbled that we might be exalted, to die […]

Judgment and Discipline – Part 2

You can read Part 1 of this series here. Again, let’s sum up the first post. While the ultimate judgment comes from God, the Lord Jesus makes it clear that judging another is not only permissible, but is commanded to be fulfilled. However, this judgment is only to be based on issues of the heart. […]

What do Mormons think about Islam?

We’ve already seen what Mormonism has historically taught and believed about Christians (in spite of their current ecumenical, seeker-friendly image presented to the public). But what is the Mormon position on Islam, the religion of the sword? The following quotes may surprise you. There had been men, doubtless many men in the various ages of […]

The Mysterious Islands.

Coming soon: The Mysterious Islands.

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James warns us there is such a thing as a dead faith—a faith which goes no further than the profession of the lips, and has no influence on a man’s character (James 2:17). . . . The only safe evidence that we are one with Christ, and Christ in us, is holy life. – J.C. […]

Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is near.

Good video, but it seems to end just when he’s getting warmed up. HT: Rock Springs

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You wonder why people choose fields away from the States when young people at home are drifting because no one wants to take time to listen to their problems. Ill tell you why I left. Because those Stateside young people have every opportunity to study, hear, and understand the Word of God in their own […]

Modern Ecumenists and the Return to Rome

I recently watched an ecumenical dialog at Wheaton College between Timothy George, Dean of the Southern Baptist Beeson Divinity School, and Francis Beckwith, a “Protestant” who recently returned to Rome. Words fail me at how disgusted I was as the cotton candy eating, Kumbaya singing and kid-glove handling of the damnable errors of the religion […]

Sermons not suitable for children?

Just when you thought the hirelings were done with the “sex sermons,” here comes Eagle Pointe Church and their stab at being relevant to the world. In fact, they’re so relevant to the world that their upcoming sermon series is on the topic of sex and comes with the following disclaimer: We’re kicking off a […]

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The Gospel contemplates every descendant of Adam as a fallen, polluted, Hell-deserving, and helpless sinner. The grace which the Gospel publishes is his only hope. – A.W. Pink 1886 – 1952

How to Evangelize Drivers

It can be annoying when people put flyers under your windshield wiper. Usually, you get into the car before you realize there’s a flyer on the windshield. Here’s a place to put a tract where the driver will definitely see it before they get in the car. It helps to have tracts that are printed […]

The Harvest Past for the Dying Universalist

“Here is a moving account of the tragic death-bed of a hopeless universalist who has seen the error of his way, but refuses to pray to God for mercy. Ichabod Spencer (1797-1854) recounts this emotional scene with such vivedness (sp) that you feel yourself an eyewitness to the scene. Hear this man plead with his […]

Sermon of the week: “Warning to Professing Christians” by Albert N. Martin.

Your Wednesday sermon of the week is a powerful one from Albert N. Martin. Warning to Professing Christians is one of those messages you won’t hear in most churches that dot the landscape of American Christianity today. Albert N. Martin delivers a convicting exposition of Matthew 7:21, a verse that I have wrestled with countless […]

Debate: New Age Bible Versions – James White vs Gail Riplinger.

In this audio debate James White takes on Gail Riplinger on the topic of King James Onlyism. This classic debate is under an hour long and I highly recommend it to those struggling with the opinion of whether or not any other English translation of the Bible can be trusted. James White also exposes the […]

The Case Against the R-Rated Church

John MacArthur and Phil Johnson interview in regards to the damning trend found within evangelicalism today. Instead of supporting and endorsing people like Mark Driscoll, we are glad that there are a few who still stand for the truth of God’s Word. There are still a few who do not believe they have to climb […]

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Some want to live within the sound of church or chapel bell; I want to run a rescue shop within a yard of hell. – C.T. Studd 1860 – 1931 HT: Desert Pastor

Judgment and Discipline – Part 1

Does Matthew 7:1 preclude one true believer from finding a fault or dealing with a matter of sin against another? Was Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount informing His listeners that they were essentially to ignore on-going sin or the slighting of the name or character of the Most Holy One of Israel? Within […]

Slovakia and the Political Influence of the Catholic Church

Please listen to the recent audio message by Richard Bennett of Berean Beacon about Slovakia and her political agreements with the Vatican.  This will give you great insight into how Roman Catholicism is much more than merely a religious system, but rather a very wily and cunning civil power.  And her power is growing greatly […]

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It’s easier to cry against a thousand sins in others than it is to mortify one sin in ourselves. – John Flavel 1627 – 1691

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If a man is so proud that he will not see his faults, he will only quarrel with you for pointing them out. – Charles Spurgeon 1834 – 1892

Stepping out of our comfort zones.

HT: Desert Pastor

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Would that God would make hell so real to us that we cannot rest; heaven so real that we must have men there, Christ so real that our supreme motive and aim shall be to make the Man of Sorrows the Man of Joy by the conversion to Him of many. – Hudson Taylor 1832 […]

More Charismatic foolishness: God’s Top Gun of deliverance.

HT: A Little Leaven

Sermon of the week: “Separating From Unbelievers” by John MacArthur.

Your sermon of the week is Separating From Unbelievers by John MacArthur. And yes, in spite of what you see in the lifestyle of the average professing Christian (and even the average pastor), there actually is a biblical mandate for believers to separate from unbelievers. And for those who will have the typical knee-jerk reaction […]

Evolutionists: Spreading Ignorance and Superstition for 150 Years

According to evolutionary theory, a vestigial organ is an organ that evolved to serve our ancestors, but as evolution marched on, it became useless and now serves little or no purpose. Of course to a creationist, who believes animals and humans were designed by God about 6,000 years ago, that is absurd. One of the […]

The 60 Worst Christian T-Shirts Ever.

You’ve seen the shameless marketing of Christianity through Christian sunglasses, you’ve been disgusted with the Christian socks and shoe inserts, and you’ve endured the horrendous attempt to “spread the gospel” via trampy Christian jeans; now I present for your perusal The 60 Worst Christian T-Shirts Ever. All of these shirts are marketed for professing Christians […]

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All idolatries, in whatever age or country they have existed, are to be viewed but as successive developments of the one grand apostacy. That apostacy was commenced in Eden, and consummated at Rome. It had its rise in the plucking of the forbidden fruit; and it attained its acme in the supremacy of the Bishop […]

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Mere head knowledge will be as unhelpful to the soul on judgment day, as a painted fire is unhelpful to the frozen body on a cold day. Theoretical knowledge may make the head giddy, but it will never make the heart holy. He who lives in sin, without repentance, shall die in sin, without forgiveness. […]

Me Bibles.

The following quote comes from an article from the More Books and Things blog: A regular Bible (the living Word) is obviously no longer enough to satisfy our spiritual hunger. We want the pretty one that is relevant to ME! The one that gives us SELF esteem. The cool one that LOOKS the nicest. The […]