If there is one thing I have noticed about the reprobate, is they feel that if God would just do this one thing for them as an individual, they would believe. This makes one question if the onus of believing in God is truly on man. Mat 12:38-39 38 Then some of the scribes andContinue reading “They Need a Miracle!”
Category Archives: Post-Millennial Reformed Doctrine
The Fallen Perception of Man!
If you were to ask the Antinomian or Arminian if there was a change in the nature of God progressing from the Old Testament to the New Testament, they would not have an answer that is grounded in sound thinking. People such as these question God’s Sovereignty in the election of His people in theContinue reading “The Fallen Perception of Man!”
The Parable of the Sower
All who have read the Bible are familiar with this parable in Mat 13. It principally states four different outcomes in the delivery of the Gospel. These four outcomes are as follows 1. The Gospel is not received at all by the person 2. The Gospel is received, but the man has no root inContinue reading “The Parable of the Sower”
The Righteousness of Christ!
It was once implied to me in a conversation that Adam fell because he was innocent and knew nothing of sin. Well, such is the view of many Antinomians, who fail to see the extent to which reprobate man has fallen short of the glory of God. The thing is, when there is a natureContinue reading “The Righteousness of Christ!”
His Bride – His Church
For a God who is love, what else can be the motivating factor for His people to be obedient to Him? It is love! If tomorrow, a believer chooses not to partake in any way, in the worship of any other god, his conviction is the love that comes from the faithfulness, like that ofContinue reading “His Bride – His Church”
Sovereign grace Vs Legalism and Antinomianism
There are large numbers of Christians, who have become subject to views of antinomianism or those which are legalistic. Legalism is that which says that one is saved purely by works of Law while Antinomians hold a view that the grace of God covers them to the extent that even though their carnal nature isContinue reading “Sovereign grace Vs Legalism and Antinomianism”
Baptism and Covenant Theology
There are many arguments when it comes to the topic of Baptism but here is some common ground: Baptism is symbolic to that in which a believer dies in his flesh and rises that he may receive the salvation of Christ. Romans 64 Therefore we have been buried with Him through baptism into death,Continue reading “Baptism and Covenant Theology”
Christ and the Law
It is considered by many Christians today that believing in Jesus Christ means that you are free from the Law. People like to quote Romans 6:14 and John 1:17 to show that the Law does not apply to believing Christians. They say Christian life is a standard higher than the Law. Well, it must beContinue reading “Christ and the Law”
Depravity and Trial!
There are many Christians who feel that having great faith is to be supercharged and praise God, something like where they increase before God. However of whom the Bible speaks of great faith, such are rarely noticed by people like these. Matthew 8 5 When he entered Capernaum, a centurion came forward to him, appealingContinue reading “Depravity and Trial!”