Read the Bible in a year
Reading for today:
- Numbers 26:19-27:23
- John 3:1-21
For from the east to the west my name will be great among the nations... (Mal 1:11)
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Salvation is not in our act of believing, trusting, knowing, or remembering; it is in the thing or person believed on, trusted, known, remembered. Nor is salvation given as a reward for believing and knowing. The things believed and known are our salvation. Nor are we saved or comforted by thinking about our act of believing and ascertaining that it possesses all the proper ingredients and qualities which would induce God to approve of it, and of us because of it. ...read more
When the apostle Paul preached to the gathered leaders of many Jewish Synagogues in Rome, about half truly believed in Christ, but others did not. But why did half respond and others reject? The answers help us to examine our own response to Christ.
Preached 3/19/2017 by Dr. Peter Masters | ...read more
-Author: ES Williams
Enmity between the church and the world dates from the Fall of man, so God says in Genesis 3.15. Satan’s major strategy is the overthrow of the church by the world, through infiltration and contamination. But seldom has this battle reached the proportions of this present hour, when worldliness threatens every believer and church. And so subtle is the enemy that fatal compromise now comes with an appearance of sound doctrine – in an apparent resurgence of the very best of Reformation and Puritan teaching.
This book reveals the new ‘gospel’ of the so-called ‘new Calvinism’. It is a gospel that changes the terms of salvation, and that loves the world and embraces its culture.
Here are the objectives of the new Calvinists, taken from their own words. – Dr Peter Masters, Metropolitan Tabernacle