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God’s Word… A Weapon of Mass Instruction

God’s Word… A Weapon of Mass Instruction

Our only rule of faith and practice is God’s Word. Its authority knows no equal. May this article encourage you as to its sufficiency and supremacy. (Psalm 19:7-9)

Can Christians Lose their Salvation?

Can Christians Lose their Salvation?

If Christ won it you can never lose it! “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?” -Romans 8:35

“The Christians Bill of Rights” (living godly in a pagan society)

“The Christians Bill of Rights” (living godly in a pagan society)

In Augustine’s brilliant tome, “The City of God”, he depicts members of two societies: The City of God and The City of Man. Both are bound by God’s sovereignty; both are under the authority of His Word, but the two cities posses very different realities.

The Sovereignty of God: Salvation is not Your Choice… but His

The Sovereignty of God: Salvation is not Your Choice… but His

The great doctrine of salvation! Charles Spurgeon gives us encouragement in God’s sovereign will in the redemption of His people!

From The Pastor Study: “The Importance of Daily Reading God’s Word!

From The Pastor Study: “The Importance of Daily Reading God’s Word!

The importance of reading and studying God’s Word everyday can never be taken lightly. It is the life breath of any true believer in Jesus Christ! The leadership at The Cross are reading through the Bible this year. Join us in today’s reading: Genesis 43, Mark 13, Job 9, Romans 13.

“Glory In The Cross” by Pastor Steve Camp

“Glory In The Cross” by Pastor Steve Camp

“For Christ did not send me to baptize but to preach the gospel, and not with words of eloquent wisdom, lest the cross of Christ be emptied of its power. For the word of the cross is folly to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.” ‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭1:17-18‬

Is Salvation a Matter of Your Free Will… or God’s?

Is Salvation a Matter of Your Free Will… or God’s?

The issue of the gospel is not how do we get sinful people to a holy God; but how does a holy God come to sinful people without violating His holiness and justice? The answer is cross (Heb 2:17). But in evangelism is God a frustrated suitor nervously waiting for sinful man to choose Him? Does man have a free will to choose God; or does God alone have a free will to choose man? (Romans 9:10-24)