THE IMPACT OF STUDY The Testimony of Spurgeon's Brother by Don Currin Young Charles Spurgeon (age 17), who was already the pastor of a church of 450 congregants in Waterbeach, was in earnest prayer as to whether he should go to college to prepare for the ministry. Did he really need to obtain a formal … Continue reading The Impact of Study
Welcome to another new year and another new season in history as another new president has come into office in the United States. As this year begins, many changes are happening in our family as well. I have recently accepted a new position in Wisconsin and will be moving in the next few weeks. The … Continue reading Helps for the new and young Christian
"Then Jesus, moved with compassion, stretched out His hand and touched him, and said to him, 'I am willing; be cleansed.'" Mark 1:41 In this day in age we seemed to moved about so many things. But are we being 'moved with compassion?' Oh how we are to be moved with compassion over souls who … Continue reading How Are We Being Moved?
Watch on YouTube Who is this Jesus? In the beginning mankind, being formed by Almighty God Himself, was set upon the earth. Man was to tend to God’s creation and under the boundaries of godliness and the very best way for his life. Soon though, mankind sinned. Resulting effects of the direct defiance and … Continue reading Who is this Jesus?
I Was Wrong Greg Gordon founder of SermonIndex.net "For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known." - 1 Corinthians 13:12 How many times do we hear the humble words … Continue reading I Was Wrong
"Then I will teach transgressors your ways, and sinners will return to you." Psalm 51:13 If you are anything like me, you know, human, and you struggle with your own flesh, your own selfish desires, just flat out old ugly sin, then take heart, everyone in the entire Bible (minus Jesus) has as well. I … Continue reading Repentance, Restoration & Ministry
A New Kind of Fasting Do not love the world. (1 John 2:15) [taken from Banner of Truth] It is no coincidence that the men whom God uses powerfully in the work of his kingdom always have one thing in common. This is true with the early church fathers – men like Irenaeus, Origen, and … Continue reading A New Kind of Fasting
Walk with God Have you ever thought about just how "Enoch walked with God"? Or how Abraham "believed God"? Or how David "was a man after God's own heart"? Or what about what Isaiah saw, Jeremiah felt, Daniel experienced, Paul went through, the love John felt, Peter being forgiven? What about the woman at the … Continue reading Walk with God
How Should A Christian Vote? Wrong Foundation? Is it wrong to ask the question, "How should (I) a Christian vote?" Well, no. But let me ask, is this the proper foundation on which to understand such a question? I mean, ought this to be the starting point in understanding such a topic? No. Why? Simple. We … Continue reading How Should A Christian Vote? Wrong Foundation?