Blogging in Proverbs

My friend Pastor Todd Wilson started posting a series through Proverbs on his blog A Word of Grace at the beginning of the year. I thought I had reblogged the first one so you could follow but today realized I had not.  Here is the first in the series where you can link to theContinue reading “Blogging in Proverbs”

Saturday’s On Track Military Devotional

  Today’s Reading  Mark 11:27-12:12 Says Who? Why did the Pharisees ask the question they did in verse 28? Did they really want to know the answer Christ had for them? Although it is a very important question, they apparently did not want the answer. They did not like what Jesus was telling them, soContinue reading “Saturday’s On Track Military Devotional”

What Difference Does an Inerrant Bible Make?

PLEASE NOTE THE LIST OF RESOURCES AT THE END FROM R.C. Sproul / Mar 04, 2015 What Difference Does an Inerrant Bible Make? Does it matter whether the Bible is errant or inerrant, fallible or infallible, inspired or uninspired? What’s all the fuss about the doctrine of inerrancy? Why do Christians debate this issue? What difference does an inerrant Bible make? Before answering that question,Continue reading “What Difference Does an Inerrant Bible Make?”

Why Is It Crucial to Defend the Sufficiency of Scripture?

by Cameron Buettel / Monday, October 7, 2019 The sufficiency of Scripture is a doctrinal hill to die on, even if it doesn’t seem like a contested battleground today. But God’s people need to understand that while biblical sufficiency itself is not often assaulted overtly, it is often implicitly in the crosshairs. So what areContinue reading “Why Is It Crucial to Defend the Sufficiency of Scripture?”

Sure, the Bible Is True, but Is it Enough?

Sure, the Bible Is True, but Is it Enough? TOM ASCOL Over the last fifty years American evangelicals have been forced to address the question of biblical authority. In the early 1970s North American evangelicalism came dangerously close to theological apostasy. Many leaders had begun to drift away from their historic commitment to the authorityContinue reading “Sure, the Bible Is True, but Is it Enough?”

Biblical Contentment, Part IV

Continuing our series on Biblical Contentment, we will look at The 7 things the Bible teaches us are key for everyday Christian life:  Prayer: Proverbs 16:3  Study: Psalm 119:11 I have stored up your word in my heart, that I might not sin against you. (ESV) En mi corazón he guardado tus dichos, para no pecar contra ti. (RVR 1995) Fellowship: Hebrews 10:25Continue reading “Biblical Contentment, Part IV”

Good Works

We have all heard a multitude of sermons on 2 Timothy 3:16, scripture in it’s entirety was put to paper by human authors using their individual styles (one can see the difference between Paul and John or Luke’s writing) but the ultimate author was God himself. Today however let us look at verse 17, renderedContinue reading “Good Works”

What Does Sola Scriptura Mean?

from John MacArthur Aug 07, 2015 The Reformation principle of sola Scriptura has to do with the sufficiency of Scripture as our supreme authority in all spiritual matters. Sola Scriptura simply means that all truth necessary for our salvation and spiritual life is taught either explicitly or implicitly in Scripture… Continued at Source: Ligonier Ministries

Scripture: Our Inerrant and Infallible Authority

FROM Stephen Nichols Oct 09, 2018 It’s one of those moments we wish we could have seen firsthand. It took place in the square before the Water Gate. At daybreak, Ezra brought out the law. He unrolled the scroll and began reading. He kept on until noon, and all the while the great crowd gave their raptContinue reading “Scripture: Our Inerrant and Infallible Authority”

Social Injustice and the Gospel

Scripture says earthly governments are ordained by God to administer justice, and believers are to be subject to their authority. The civil magistrate is “a minister of God to you for good . . . an a… Continued at Source: Social Injustice and the Gospel by John MacArthur Monday, August 13, 2018