Tag: Sanctification

Short video ‘Jesus did not come for Social change,’ by John MacArthur

Though Christians should be engaged in our culture, as we love our neighbor, but not without being ‘salt and light.’ Apparently many don’t understand what being ‘salt and light’ truly is (according to the Scriptures). Furthermore, Christians are commanded to go out and preach (or share) the glorious Gospel, that is the paramount remedy. Having

Does open-air preaching push people further away from God?

I say amen, but may I add this. That word “dead” in trespasses’ (in Eph 2:4-5) comes from the Greek work ‘nekrós’ (νεκρός), it is an adjective. By short definition this ‘nekrós’ means that before a person was saved (born-again), they were ‘metaphorically and spiritually’ DEAD, dead as a corpse in a graveyard. They are

The Thin Blue Line vs the Thin Theological Line

The Thin Blue Line vs the Thin Theological Line Whenever a ‘professing’ Christian frequently and consistently talks more about his sin(s), that he was allegedly “set free” from, that is always a red flag to me. When they constantly say “I used to do this,” or “I used to do that;” there’s a good chance they

Video teaching on the Epistle of Jude vs 17-23, by Bill Rhetts (a parallel of law enforcements ‘escalation of force’ to verses 22-23, and Gods hatred for…)

In this study through Jude, this teaching includes the following (including but not limited to) ~ The predictions of the Apostles The Jude-2 Peter ‘parallel passages’ Comparing law enforcements ‘escalation of force’ to verses 22-23 More on scoffers & mockers The High school student that once mocked me A command to be holy, to be