Tag Archive: Salvation

Mar 17

Ferrell Griswold – An Earnest Call To The Unsaved

“Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.” Isaiah 1:18 CHRIST IS THE REDEEMER OF SINNERS! It is for their salvation He came into the world. For this purpose …

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Mar 06

Douglas Wilson – Psalm 85: The Kiss of Salvation

INTRODUCTION: God puts sinners back together, and God in His mercy puts backsliders back together again. How He does this is truly remarkable, and as we enter into the spirit of this psalm we find ourselves right at the heart of the gospel. THE TEXT: “Lord, thou hast been Favourable unto thy land: Thou hast …

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Jan 17

A. W. Pink – Lost: The Real Condition of Human Beings

“But if our gospel is hid — it is hid to those who are LOST! The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers!” 2 Corinthians 4:3-4 What multitudes of people there are who have no concern over, in fact, no consciousness of, their woeful condition! While they do not regard themselves as …

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Dec 01

Jason Allen – 10 Tips for Leading Kids to Christ

My greatest stewardship in life is not training a generation of students at Midwestern Seminary. It is training my five young children in the fear and admonition of the Lord. I feel the weight — and glory — of this stewardship daily and find immeasurable fulfillment and joy as I see my children taking steps …

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Sep 21

Paul Helm – The Two Callings

What made the difference? What explains the division between those who accept and those who reject the preaching of the good news? It is tempting to look for an explanation of the difference in the way we explain other differences between people, in terms of class, or occupation, or age or personality. But the evidence …

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Sep 19

David Hack and Jason Hauffe – Slaves of Christ

When the New Testament writers describe salvation under the figure of being “redeemed,” they are borrowing a metaphor from the first-century practice of slavery. Christ purchased believers so that they can no longer claim to be their own (Acts 20:28; 1 Corinthians 6:20; 7:23; Revelation 5:9.). As slaves of Christ, we identify Jesus as our …

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Sep 01

Richard Phillips – He Came to Save Sinners

There are times when we have to seize the moment. In football, the quarterback sees his wide receiver breaking free from the defenders and knows that the time has come to throw the ball. In romance, a young man reaches for a phone to ask a pretty girl out for dinner, knowing that the opportunity …

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Jun 04

Archibald Alexander – Sinners Welcome to Come to Jesus Christ

Our blessed Lord knew how prone convinced sinners are to unbelief as it regards the reception which he is disposed to give them if they come to him, and therefore he graciously uttered, and has left on record this precious encouragement, “Him that cometh unto me I will in no wise cast out.” No, though …

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May 28

A. W. Pink – Doctrine of the New Birth

The subject of the believer’s salvation needs to be considered from two viewpoints — the divine and the human. God’s work is to regenerate, to justify, to sanctify, and ultimately to glorify. Our responsibility is to repent, to believe, and do good works. Regeneration is solely the work of God and man has no part …

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Nov 11

Michael Boling – Major Themes of John’s Gospel and Their Application

John provides the reader of his gospel with six major themes which, when understood within their context, have multifarious applications for the modern reader and to the body of Christ at large. The six major themes of the Gospel of John are God, the Christ, salvation, the Spirit, the new covenant community, and last things. …

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