In the Covenant of Grace we see the loving kindness and obedience of our great king. Enjoy!
This week I decided to tackle the issue of transgenderism and again homosexuality. But the ultimate question is where does our source of truth come from?
Words hold a lot of weight. Words hold a lot of meaning. It’s James who tells us that above all things the tongue is the most powerful. He says with it we both build up and tear down, praise God and curse men. Words are a powerful tool. Words spark emotion and emotion drives everything else. Words shape our culture. So what should be the driving force behind each of our words? Continue reading “Letting God Design the Culture”
I started off the last blog post by saying that the word repentance often results in believers trembling in fear. The Gospel is not works based. This is 100%, absolutely true. But we have pressed this doctrine so hard that we cannot even begin to fathom how the Gospel could incorporate any work at all. Continue reading ““No one born of God makes a practice of sinning.””
The Covenant of Works is much deeper than obeying a commandment. In this episode I barely scratch the surface. Enjoy!
In this episode we listen to the Know Nothings Podcast interview with a pastor who believes the Bible is PRO consensual homosexuality. We also discuss what the churches attitude should be on the issue and finally touch on the dangers of “Come as you are and stay that way if you’d like.”
As I sat in the orchard today I decided to record my thoughts. Here they are!
Tonight I talk about my migration to Youtube Live, then I talk about and refute a catholic article on the refutation of sola scriptura and finally I touch on what are disputable matters or rather adiaphora.
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I highly recommend that you read the article referenced in this video. Do download the PDF version, click here.
Often times when the Christian thinks about doing righteous work, they shrink back in a sort of fear. When we think to ourselves, “On the one hand not doing righteous work makes it seem as if I am not Christian, because Christians do righteous things. On the other hand saying I need to do righteous works seems to add onto the gospel and diminish its message of a free gift.” These two things coexist.