Guard your life and discipline your soul for holiness is something at which we must make a deliberate effort.
In which we examine the definitions of creation and its final purpose.
Just as Abram and Lot pitched their tents between Bethel and Hai in Genesis 12:8, so we as Christians in this world dwell between the house of God and the house of ruin, and every day we draw closer to either one or the other.
In which we examine election (its certainty and uncertainty) and reprobation (its certainty and divine texts).
When preaching the gospel, we have compassion for the individual, but we wholly hate the sin defiling the individual, as we see from Jude 1:22-25.
An examination of both New and Old Testament passages on predestination, and an introduction to election and reprobation.
Those seeking to obey the word of the Lord will face grievously deceptive temptations from those who claim to be just like us, as we see from 1 Kings 13.
God's counsel and decrees are eternal, effectual, unchangeable, unconditional, and founded in wisdom.
Christ knew His hour had come, He knew who His elect were, and He taught them an important lesson by washing their feet, as we see in John 13:1-17.
To whom or what can we compare God? The Trinity is a great mystery, but the Scriptures do give us some insight on the plurality of God.
We must keep our hearts with all diligence, guarding ourselves against any thing which would draw us away from God, as we see in Jude 1:20-21.
How do we understand the Trinity as consisting of three persons yet one?
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