Don’t Worry by J R Miler! by J. R. Miller 1880 http://www.gracegems.org When you are inclined to worry---don't do it! That is the first thing. No matter how much reason there seems to be for worrying---still, there is your rule. Do not break it---don't worry! Matters may be greatly tangled, so tangled that you cannot see how they … Continue reading Don’t Worry by J R Miler!
"Whoever" Policy ofGod by Max Lucado All the passages below are taken from Max Lucado’s book, “3:16---The Numbers of Hope,” published in 2007. http://www.leestrobel.com/Christianity.htm Cleopatra's Needle stands out like the foreigner she is in London. Her engravings speak of a different era and employ an ancient language. Workers constructed the obelisk 3,500 years … Continue reading “Whoever” Policy ofGod by Max Lucado
WHAT THE BIBLE TEACHES ABOUT SALVATION by Steve Carr? (NKJV) By Pastor Steve Carr http://www.covenantkeepers.org 1. How Does a Person Get Born Again? How Can a Person Be Saved From the Results of the Fall of Man? 1.1. Salvation is of God 1.2. Salvation is received by men 1.3. The results of salvation and the new … Continue reading WHAT THE BIBLE TEACHES ABOUT SALVATION by Steve Carr? (NKJV)
We Are Saved by the Grace of God Alone by Spurgeon from Spurgeon’s sermon, “GRACE—THE ONE WAY OF SALVATION” “We believe that it is through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ that we are saved.” Acts 15:11 The creed of the world is, “Do your best, and it will be all right with you.” To question … Continue reading We Are Saved by the Grace of God Alone by Spurgeon
Touching our loved ones inside the Body of Christ By Father Ronald Rolheiser By Father Ronald Rolheiser (CatholicNews---Sunday June 20, 2010) http://www.ronrolheiser.com TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS AGO, when I first began writing this column, I wrote a piece that I entitled Binding and Loosing inside the Body of Christ. Among all the things I've ever written, I have … Continue reading Touching our loved ones inside the Body of Christ By Father Ronald Rolheiser
Today you will be with Me in Paradise by Max Lucado The passages below are taken from Max Lucado’s book “He Still Moves Stones,” published in 1993. When they came to a place called the Skull, the soldiers crucified Jesus and the criminals—--one on his right and the other on his left. Jesus said, “Father, … Continue reading Today you will be with Me in Paradise by Max Lucado
Three Types of Assurances of Salvation by Martyn Lloyd Jones All the passages below are taken from D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ book “Joy Unspeakable,” published as a combined edition in 1995 from the First Edition of “Joy Unspeakable” in 1984 and with the First Edition of “Prove All Things” in 1985. This combined edition is reprinted … Continue reading Three Types of Assurances of Salvation by Martyn Lloyd Jones
The Way to the Kingdom of God You may like to read the two divergent views on salvation or the way to the Kingdom of God below: one from the Catholic and the other from some Protestants. I. Current Catholic’s view on Salvation. Current Catholic’s view on salvation as printed in: i) the Singapore Novena Church's, bulletin … Continue reading The Way to the Kingdom of God
The Key to Freedom is Jesus Christ by John Stott The passages below are taken from John Stott’s book “Why I Am A Christian,” published in 2003 by Inter-Varsity Press. The fifth reason why I am a Christian is that I have found Jesus Christ to be the key to freedom. Many people … Continue reading The Key to Freedom is Jesus Christ by John Stott
Stunned by His Grace by Max Lucado We will all be stunned by God’s grace. With our limited mind we can never fully understand the ways of the infinite God. God has His own ways and means to work in the hearts of men. The questions we need to constantly remind ourselves are: 1. Do we know in what … Continue reading Stunned by His Grace by Max Lucado
Salvation and I will judge every one according to his ways by Max Lucado Salvation is a hotly contested topic. It all depends, I believe, on the quotations in the Bible that the individual focuses on. Some say that Jesus in the only way, while others claim that Jesus is not the only way to … Continue reading Salvation and I will judge every one according to his ways by Max Lucado
Keeping our loved ones connected to the Body of Christ By Father Roland Rolheiser (The Unimaginable Wonder of the Incarnation) By Father Roland Rolheiser A FRIEND OF mine in his early forties is the kind of person you want as a friend. Honest, gracious, generous to a fault, kindhearted, full of humour, he brings … Continue reading Keeping our loved ones connected to the Body of Christ By Father Roland Rolheiser
Jesus is the Only Way by Archbishop William Goh CatholicNews Sunday May 19, 2019 Be warned of all kinds of New Age and even occult movements who profess to gain mystical knowledge and powers over life. Some want to import religious practices and even doctrines from other religions into the Catholic Tradition. Jesus has said: "I am the … Continue reading Jesus is the Only Way by Archbishop William Goh
I Never Knew You by Martyn Lloyd Jones “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven, Many will say to Me in that day. ‘Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in Your name, cast out demons in Your … Continue reading I Never Knew You by Martyn Lloyd Jones
How can Sinful Man be Redeemed by Martyn Lloyd Jones? All the passages below are taken from Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ book “Unsearchable Riches of Christ.” The sermon was preached at Westminster Chapel, London, in 1956 and first published in 1979 and reprinted in 2004. Think for a moment of the amazing way in which God has solved … Continue reading How can Sinful Man be Redeemed by Martyn Lloyd Jones?
Come and See---Salvation and Good Works by Max Lucado For a long time I have great difficulty reconciling salvation and good works. My reasoning goes that if salvation is a gift and through faith why do good works? Why be a busybody? Why try to be a “do-gooder”? The Bible says it very clearly that … Continue reading Come and See—Salvation and Good Works by Max Lucado
Can Faith Alone lead to Salvation by Max Lucado? St Paul says “I have complete confidence in the Gospel; it is God’s power to save all who believe, first the Jews and also the Gentiles. For the Gospel reveals how God puts people right with Himself: it is through faith from beginning to end. As the Scripture … Continue reading Can Faith Alone lead to Salvation by Max Lucado?
Bringing Heaven to Earth I think at the very basic, salvation is about faith in Jesus for the Christians and religion (Christianity, Islam, Buddhism or Hinduism) is about doing good works out of love. And how does one reconcile faith and religion. I have tried to do that for myself with this write up. According to Jesus “those … Continue reading Bringing Heaven to Earth
Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness byMartyn Lloyd Jones The passages below are taken from D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ book “Studies in the Sermon on the Mount,” published as Second Edition in 1976 by Inter-Varsity Press. This one Beatitude deals with what I would describe as the two commonest objections to … Continue reading Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness byMartyn Lloyd Jones
Audio Sermons on Justification Sanctification and Glorification The glorious theme of St Paul’s Epistle to the Romans is the Lord Jesus Christ, who is salvation. The book of Romans is the centerpiece of the message on the complete 3 fold salvation of justification, sanctification and glorification. The book of Romans is a foundational book. Everything … Continue reading Audio Sermons on Justification Sanctification and Glorification