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"Surely He Has Borne Our Griefs: The Gospel According to Isaiah"

ISAIAH 53 (ESV)
1 Who has believed what he has heard from us? And to whom has the arm of the Lord been revealed? 2 For he grew up before him like a young plant, and like a root out of dry… 3,039 more words

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In awe of my King, Messiah, and God: Jesus Christ

This long awaited King
who rules the heavenly hosts,
breathed life into this world
He arrived as The Messiah
Carrying the greatest news for men… 114 more words

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The “Music” of Predestination: A Solo Performance by God, Not Man

Recently, I listened to a message on Sermonaudio.com by a very popular southern Ohio evangelist titled, “The Will of God.” I was left shaking my head at how far he had to twist the text in his attempt to justify the assertion that people only fulfill God’s will and eternal plan when and if they choose to cooperate with Him. 442 more words

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Duty of Gratitude for Divine Grace: Sovereignty of Grace: Effectual Calling- Book Seventh- Chapter 4- Section 3

Book Seventh

CHAPTER IV.

SECTION III.–EFFECTUAL CALLING.

THE HOLY SPIRIT EFFECTUALLY CALLS ALL THE ELECT TO REPENT AND BELIEVE.

The gospel calls all who hear it to repent and believe. 1,475 more words

Systematic Theology

Part 12 - David and Absalom

“Niyakap mo ako sa aking karumihan…Inibig mo ako ng di kayang tumbasan…Salamat sa sukdulang biyaya mo…O Diyos ng pag-ibig na mas malawak pa kaysa aking mga pagkakasala.” Yan ang inaawit natin simula pa last week. 3,116 more words

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Duty of Gratitude for Divine Grace: Sovereignty of Grace: Election- Book Seventh- Chapter 4- Section 1

Book Seventh

CHAPTER IV.

SOVEREIGNTY OF GRACE.

GOD BESTOWS THE BLESSINGS OF HIS GRACE, NOT ACCORDING TO THE WORKS OF THE RECIPIENT, BUT ACCORDING TO HIS OWN SOVEREIGN PLEASURE.[1] 7,666 more words

Systematic Theology

Hymn of the Day: His Forever

The last hymn we looked at was on Thursday, Hymn of the Day: For All the Saints. Today’s “hymn” teaches much about the Christian life. 193 more words

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