Year: 2012

The Shadow

The shadow! (J.R. Miller) “Shall we indeed accept good from God–and shall we not accept adversity?” Shall we trust our Father only when our lives are filled with pleasant things–and then not trust Him also when a shadow falls over…

The Quest for Happiness

The Quest for Happiness Timothy Shay Arthur, 1856 One of the most successful merchants of his day was Mr. Alexander. In trade he had amassed a large fortune, and now, in the sixtieth year of his age, he concluded that…

Walking in the Old Paths

For over forty years, Pastor Albert N. Martin faithfully served the Lord and His people as an elder of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey. Due to increasing and persistent health problems, he stepped down as one of their pastors, and in June, 2008

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Saved from the sinners prayer

There are many churches that put forth a “sinners prayer” and create a man made hope… and it is wrong, it is not biblical and although they have been m,any saved inspite of the sinners prayer, it has also gave many a hope thet they do not process. List as this man tells his story of being saved FROM the sinners prayer

Why Are There So Many Translations?

by Mark Coppenger Punctuation is equally important to Bible verses. As children, many learned the King James Version of , which reads, “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from which cometh my help.” On this reading, assistance…

Regeneration Precedes Faith

by R. C. Sproul One of the most dramatic moments in my life for the shaping of my theology took place in a seminary classroom. One of my professors went to the blackboard and wrote these words in bold letters:…

OPEN-AIR PREACHING-REMARKS THEREON

LECTURE XVIII OPEN-AIR PREACHING-REMARKS THEREON I fear that in some of our less enlightened country churches there are conservative individuals who almost believe that to preach anywhere except in the chapel would be a shocking innovation, a sure token of…