Category Archives: Salvation

Taking Repentance Seriously

Repentance means change, abandonment.  Repentance is necessary because of sin in our hearts–a sin which continues to beset us, to paralyze, to blind us, to harden us, and kill our consciences. Repentance is a divine injunction. But our pride, our … Continue reading

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Theological Word of the Day

Perseverance of the Saints “The doctrine, often associated with Calvinism and first articulated by Saint Augustine, which holds that those who are truly elect of God will persevere in belief until final redemption. This doctrine is sometimes used synonymously with … Continue reading

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God and Hurricane Sandy

The US death toll is now about 40 people.  Untold devastation has been wreaked all over the East coast.  Millions have already been displaced.  Hundreds of millions, if not approaching billions, of damages. Not to mention the unquantative damage on … Continue reading

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Pastors, Preach the Eternal Security of the Believer

To the believers at Philippi, the Apostle Paul writes, “And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns” (Phil 1:6 … Continue reading

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