Tags » Bondage Of The Will

THE MOST BELIEVED LIE

THE MOST BELIEVED LIE

Pastor Greg Elmquist

It is a universally accepted fact that man has a free will. Men
pride themselves in believing that they are able to override the power of God with this all powerful “free will”. 317 more words

'Must Read' From Other Eminent Servants Of God

The American Church of Herod?

By Joel Hess

Many of us heard the Mark account of the death of John the Baptist this past weekend. At first, we want to quickly summarize it as a classic example of good versus evil, Christian martyrdom. 621 more words

Living Word

Chosen

By Paul Koch

We believe, teach and confess that we are saved by grace through faith in Christ alone. Our fellowship has made its stand, time and time again, on the firm belief that the church stands or falls on this teaching: it is never our works, never our effort or desire, but only the precious blood of Christ that saves us. 1,410 more words

Living Word

THE GREATEST PIECE OF WRITING THAT CAME FROM LUTHER'S PEN

THE GREATEST PIECE OF WRITING THAT CAME FROM LUTHER’S PEN

“There are few books which written over 400 years ago are still applicable today; Martin Luther’s masterpiece, The Boncage of the Will, is one of those books. 512 more words

'Must Read' From Other Eminent Servants Of God

FALLEN MAN – NOT A ROBOT, BUT A FREE-AGENT

FALLEN MAN – NOT A ROBOT, BUT A FREE-AGENT . . . BUT FREE IN ONE DIRECTION ONLY – FREE TO FALL, FREE TO SIN. 302 more words

'Must Read' From A.W. Pink

Getting What You Came For

By Bob Hiller

Dude…that “fight” between Mayweather and Pacquiao sucked. It was so boring! I am sure there is some boxing geek out there who will wants to tell me how, technically, it was a beautiful example of the “sweet science.”And, yes, I clearly saw how Money May took Pacquiao out of his game. 1,150 more words

Living Word

Opening Day Let Down

By Bob Hiller

Baseball season is finally here! I don’t care what the official calendars say; in my world, Opening Day means that Spring has finally arrived. 1,238 more words

Vocation