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The Glory of Christ in Imputation – Our Sin to Him, His Righteousness to Us!

The Glory of Christ in Imputation – Our Sin to Him, His Righteousness to Us!

For our sake He made Him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in Him we might become the righteousness of God. (2 Corinthians 5:21)

He Remembers Our Sin No More!

He Remembers Our Sin No More!

by Charles Spurgeon “When we know the Lord, we receive the forgiveness of sins. We know Him as the God of grace, passing by our transgressions. What a joyful discovery is this!”

WHY BEING A COMMITTED MEMBER OF A LOCAL CHURCH IS SO VITALLY IMPORTANT TO ONE’S SPIRITUAL LIFE IN JESUS!

WHY BEING A COMMITTED MEMBER OF A LOCAL CHURCH IS SO VITALLY IMPORTANT TO ONE’S SPIRITUAL LIFE IN JESUS!

Is attending faithfully a local gospel-centered church on Sunday for worship an optional thing in our walk with Jesus? Yes it is! If you think not, read Hebrews 10:23-25,,, it just might change your mind!

$hould We Be Charging for Mini$try?

$hould We Be Charging for Mini$try?

We’re Still Paying John Tetzel …has the obsession for high concert ticket prices and exorbitant conference registration fees limited our opportunities for the gospel and the Word of God in ministry?

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)

The Gospel Doesn’t Begin With Our Needs, but With God’s Glory!

The Gospel Doesn’t Begin With Our Needs, but With God’s Glory!

How does a holy God come to sinful people without violating His holiness and justice? And the answer is the cross— (cp, Hebrews 2:9-18)

SERVANTS NOT STARS (from the pastor’s study)

SERVANTS NOT STARS (from the pastor’s study)

Too many pastors today are tempted by the allurements and awards of fame and worldly success in making a name for themselves rather than just faithfully preach God’s Word and shepherd His people. Consider 1 Corinthians 4:1-2.