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Should Pastors Teach the Doctrine of Election? (February 18, 2013)

As I write this blog, I am in the country of Honduras, having just finished speaking at a Bible conference. For the last several days I have been teaching verse by verse through Romans chapters 9-11 about God's righteousness in His dealings with Israel. Among the many issues taught by the Apostle Paul in these chapters is the sovereignty of God in electing some to salvati...

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What About Those Who Have Never Heard the Gospel? (March 26, 2013)

When I was 18 years old, somebody told me about Jesus Christ and the message of salvation. I am so grateful that this person loved me enough to tell me that I was a sinner and needed to be saved. But there are millions of people who have never heard the gospel, and countless others who have lived and died without ever knowing the meaning of Christ's death. What about them?...

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Encouragement (December 16, 2016)

Recently, I received a letter from a man, asking for some biblical guidance in the area of encouragement. Not only was he interested in finding out the meaning of encouragement, but he also desired some practical advice on how to give encouragement and how to receive it. He wondered if the reason some Christians are so reluctant to offer an encouraging compliment is becaus...

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Love is not Rude (August 28, 2017)

Many years ago, the Irish play writer, George Bernard Shaw, wrote that "Christianity might be a good thing if anyone ever tried it."Now, Bernard Shaw's sarcastic criticism of Christians may disturb some of us, but in being cynical he actually makes a valid point, and that is that our faith in Christ is to be lived out and practiced; that the truths of Christianity that we ...

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Spiritual Growth (December 13, 2019)

Nothing is more important for a believer in Christ than to be growing spiritually. After all, spiritual growth is nothing more than being conformed to the image of Christ, which, according to Romans 8:29 is God's ultimate plan for our lives. Although God has predestined that all Christians will be Christlike in glory, He has commanded us to grow spiritually while w...

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