From the blog this week: God’s Eternal Plan of Redemption
“Jesus used the same word to describe both the eternality of heaven and hell (Matt. 25:46). The fact that hell is unending is a terror that surpasses all terrors. No end. No exit. No escape.”
“There is hardly a more controversial and confusing topic in the Bible than that of the Antichrist: who or what is this? Is it a person or a symbol of corporate opposition to Christ, or perhaps both? In this article we’ll look only in John’s first epistle for helpful answers to this question.”
Some argue that because people are different, expository preaching is no longer effective. Is this true?
“Christian authors and speakers have been incorporating this phrase in sermons meant to encourage women, especially moms, who are bogged down by guilt and plagued by self-doubt. The words often seem perfectly acceptable and, perhaps, empowering. At worst, it appears trite, but harmless.
But what does the seemingly innocuous phrase really mean?”
Many of you may know Greg Gilbert since he is from Linden. Here, he speaks about his latest book on the assurance of our salvation and overcoming guilt.