James Montgomery Boice:
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Reformed theology gets its name from the sixteenth century Protestant Reformation, with its distinct theological emphases, but it is theology solidly based on the Bible itself.
Reading: “For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world.”—1 John 5:4
O eternal, everlasting God, You are glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, continually doing wonders. 334 more words
What place does the resurrection of Jesus Christ have in Paul’s teaching concerning salvation?
Richard B. Gaffin Jr. explains in part one that a change has taken place in Reformed theology’s interpretation of the center of Paul’s thought—a change that affects how we should approach Paul’s writings. 152 more words
Sermon Title: Join Jesus in Ignorance Unto Kingdom Service
Sermon Text: Matthew 24:36-41 https://livinghopeseattle.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/2015-05-24-sermon.mp3
Sometimes one owes an explanation to people for how things turned out. I still owe people on both sides some apology for not being 100% honest, and at some level even I didn’t know; people got hurt along the way. 2,221 more words
Reading: “But I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not”—Luke 22:32
O blessed Advocate within the veil, I come again this morning with a grateful heart that You are even now interceding for Your tried and tempted saints “that their faith fail not.” Impart to me, Lord, a constant supply of Your promised grace. 291 more words