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John MacArthur criticises 'Let go and let God'

One of the more popular maxims of today’s Church is ‘let go and let God’.

This is a relatively recent saying. Its origin is unclear; regardless, John MacArthur says this equivalent of ‘Don’t worry, be happy’ is unbiblical. 426 more words


From William Blake's Press: "The Clod and the Pebble"

William Blake, writing in the eighteenth century, was an unusual fellow (see his drawing) and a great poet, combining in his person and poetry a certain childlikeness that catches you off guard with its pointedness, like a child’s penetrating stare, a sharp goad to the smug and self-righteous. 284 more words


Satan's Devices to Keep Souls from Holy Duties - Part 1

Satan’s Devices to keep souls from holy duties, to hinder souls in holy services, to keep them off from religious .

1. By presenting the world in such a garb as to ensnare the soul: 206 more words


On the Sovereignty of God and Forgiving Others

We can forgive those that have hurt us- because our God is sovereign.

The Lord requires that we forgive our enemies; that we forgive the people that have injured us (Matthew 6:14; Colossians 3:13). 549 more words

The Believing 21st Centruy American Woman

Living Your Life As You Like It?

“Before complaining that you are a slave to another, be sure that you are not a slave to self. Look within;…You will find there, perchance, slavish thoughts, slavish desires, and in your daily life and conduct slavish habits.

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Redemption (Foundations #4) - Group Questions

Read 2 Corinthians 5:11-21


What makes the church in the western world so resistant to the message of weakness and sacrifice so clearly displayed in Jesus’ ministry? 224 more words

Christian Teaching

The Sin Of The World = Sanctified Saints - Chad Williams

There is no Puritan writer that I enjoy reading more than Thomas Watson.
Watson’s book All Things for Good (Amazon kindle $0.99) has been a source of devotional delight for me personally over the past several weeks as he spends the entire book unpacking Romans 8:28, “… And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” 514 more words

Reformed Theology