In their book, "The Mark of Jesus," Timothy George and John Woodbridge seek to convince us of the upmost importance of love and unity in the life of believers.
We should strive every day to be more loving than we were the day prior. . . . John 1:16.
If the theme of this blog is love, what's up with all the Bible exposition?
Recently, I have been "in and out of depression." . . . Isaiah 6:1-13.
As Christians, we do not have an easy way to find out who is elect and who is not, so we must preach the gospel to everyone we meet. . . . Mark 16:15-16.
What does cheerleading, writing, and being an evangelical Christian have in common? . . . 1 Corinthians 9:16b.
Just because Reformed Theology teaches that only the Elect will be saved, it does not follow that the Gospel should not be preached and people should not be called to belief. . . . John 3:16.
When it comes to a proper understanding of salvation, we must know that a failure to believe the Gospel is not God's fault; rather it is a person's disobedience.
When it comes to a proper understanding of salvation, we must know that God's wrath is what is awaiting people who fail to place their faith in Jesus.
When it comes to a proper understanding of salvation, we must know that the preaching of the Gospel is the means God uses to sovereignly save people.