Category: Sin

“Trust Your Heart!” Is The Advice Of Fools….

“Trust Your Heart!” Is The Advice Of Fools…. Many encourage others to trust not God, nor the Bible, nor men, nor even their own mind, but to “trust their heart” — this is great deception, even strong delusion, and only sin, wrath, and eternal damnation result from such madness (unless God steps in and turns…

In Loving Christ, Christians Love, Delight In, and Serve His Law

In Loving Christ, Christians Love, Delight In, and Serve His Law Of a truth, “Sin shall not have dominion over [the Christian]: for [we] are not under the law, but under grace. 15 What then? shall we sin, because we are not under the law, but under grace? God forbid!” [Romans 6:14-15]. For “whosoever committeth…

Ten Questions For Lordship Salvationists

Ten Questions For Lordship Salvationists By Curt Wildy 1. How much of their sin must a sinner give up BEFORE Christ is able to quicken them by the Holy Spirit, granting them faith and repentance? Do they have to give up some of their sins, most of their sins, or all of their sins BEFORE…

The Glorious Majesty of Christ’s Person (Part Two)

The Glorious Majesty of Christ’s Person  (Part Two) William Skelton, S.S. Published in The Earthen Vessel: and Christian Record & Review, 1846 – Volume II Return to Part One, Is there a conscience burdened sore with sin? We say, and say the truth, this blood makes clean, so efficacious is it in itself, that it…

Some Thoughts On Balance and Maturity (Part One)

Some Thoughts On Balance and Maturity Not As One Who Has Arrived But As One Desiring To Be Led More Deeply In The Way I. THE CHRISTIAN’S OBEDIENCE TO THE WILL OF GOD After the inner man, the Christian absolutely desires to be obedient to all of the exhortations, commands, and verbal imperatives of God.…

Charity, Christ, and the Benefit of the Doubt

Charity, Christ, and the Benefit of the Doubt Or Else: Judge, Jury, and (Ministry/Character) Executioner Hard Lessons Learned; Hard Lessons Still Learning Months back, I left Facebook mainly because of a growing, and powerful, sense of contention, arguing doctrine for doctrine’s sake, a spirit of judgmentalism and condemnation, and due to an increasing sense of…