Well, it’s Monday! – and normally that would mean a little something from Matthew Henry. However, I have decided to share with you a classic essay from another one of my favorites – Charles Spurgeon. No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him. John 6:44 “Coming to Christ” is a very common phrase in Holy Scripture. It is used to express those acts of the soul wherein, leaving at once our self-righteousness, and our sins, we fly unto the Lord Jesus Christ, and… Read more Human Inability →
The old truth that Calvin preached, that Augustine preached, that Paul preached, is the truth that I must preach to-day, or else be false to my conscience and my God. I cannot shape the truth; I know of no such thing as paring off the rough edges of a doctrine. John Knox’s gospel is my gospel. That which thundered through Scotland must thunder through England again. read more
Sola Scriptura – Scripture Alone Solus Christus – Christ Alone Sola Gratia – Grace Alone Sola Fide – Faith Alone Soli Deo Gloria – The Glory of God Alone Charles Spurgeon once said… Reformed theology is nothing other than biblical Christianity. …and as I continue to mature in faith I tend to agree with the Prince of Preachers. When we talk about the Reformation, topics such as Protestantism, Martin Luther’s 95 Theses, the doctrines of grace, Calvinism, and the Five Solas are often at the forefront of discussions. Today –… Read more What are the Five Solas? →
As someone who is occasionally asked to preach – whether it be at a revival, in a church, at a homeless shelter or prison – I am thankful for the reminder provided in this video to preach the word. I am also thankful for the churches who are obedient to God’s word – by preaching his word. If we want revivals, we must revive our reverence for the Word of God. If we want conversions, we must put more of God’s Word into our sermons. It is God’s Word that… Read more Preach the Word! →
Charles Spurgeon (06/19/1834 – 01/31/1892): If we doubt God’s Word about one thing, we shall have small confidence in it upon another thing. Sincere faith in God must treat all God’s Word alike; for the faith which accepts one word of God and rejects another is evidently not faith in God, but faith in our own judgment, faith in our own taste.