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GOODBYE COMFORT ZONE

I’m in a quandry right now.  Those of you who know me well, my soul sisters, know exactly what I am talking about! I am realizing all too quickly that my comfortable life is about to change.   813 more words

FAITH

the faith required for salvation

Matthew Bates has a most interesting new book out entitled, Salvation by Allegiance Alone: Rethinking Faith, Works, and the Gospel of Jesus the King. From what I can gather (and I would like to read the book, so far only bits and pieces of it, and… 319 more words

True Belief is More Than Mere Speculative Assent

Edwards, True Grace Distinguished from the Experience of Devils:

It may also be inferred from what has been observed, that for persons merely to yield a speculative assent to the doctrines of religion as true is no certain evidence of a state of grace. 278 more words

Christianity

5 REASONS I’M A CALVINIST

PMT 2017-036 by Stephen Altrogge (The Blazing Center)

What comes to your mind when you hear the word “Calvinist”? A grumpy, cold-hearted person who only wants a select few people to get into heaven? 549 more words

Theology

Radical Christianity Does Not Exist

In recent years an increasing number of prominent voices have challenged Christians to pursue their faith more earnestly, leaving behind the casual Christianity that mars the landscape of faith to practice a more radical approach instead. 459 more words

Faith

Why We Fail in Personal Evangelism

January 10, 2017

Over the last several years, I have been observing a trend within church life in America. This trend has been growing and has at its core some beliefs that are found in Reformed Theology. 3,458 more words

Christian

Considering Christ? Count the Cost First.

One of the great tragedies of modern Christianity is our failure to explain to the spiritually lost what coming to Christ entails. Perhaps spurred by an eagerness to see our friends and loved ones join the family of faith we often neglect to share Jesus’ expectations for those who choose to embrace him as Savior. 480 more words

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