Adapted From A. W. Pink’s, A Fourfold Salvation
Before Christ came into my life I didn’t really have a clear understanding of what the word “salvation” meant. I had heard of the “Salvation Army,” and recalled seeing or hearing the term in religious literature or programming, but couldn’t define what it meant if you asked me.
As Father God drew me to Lord Jesus I learned that salvation means deliverance from sin and its consequences, through faith in Christ. Continue reading “A Fourfold Salvation” »
The six woes of Isaiah Chapter Five (Isaiah 5:8-30) are warnings against the wild grapes of the LORD’s vineyard, concerning the malignant sins of Israel. Instead of ripe, sweet grapes of justice and righteousness, the people produced wild grapes that were bitter and had a foul odor to them–the fruit of idolatry and corruption. As a result, God pronounced six severe warnings to the people:
1) Woe to the greedy & covetous (Isaiah 5:8-10)
Warning: Woe to those who join house to house, who add field to field, until there is no more room, and you are made to dwell alone in the midst of the land. Continue reading “God’s Warnings To The Wild Grapes Of His Vineyard” »
Transformed Through Truth
In 2 Corinthians 10 we are commanded to take our thoughts captive to the obedience of Christ by applying truth to lies and false beliefs—in doing so we destroy arguments and every arrogant attitude raised against the knowledge of God.
What I want to look at today is emotions—how do we take our emotions captive to the obedience of Christ?
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