Tag Archives: Sanctification

All Teaching Series Now Free to Stream

from Nathan W. Bingham at Ligonier Ministries Mar 17, 2020 As a result of the global health crisis, churches are canceling Bible studies, small groups, and Sunday school classes. Pastors and elders around the world are thinking about new ways … Continue reading

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Fighting the Good Fight

by Stephen Nichols Warfield’s world, once he arrived at Princeton in 1887, was not very large at all. His house, the Old Hodge House, conveniently situated him next to Alexander Hall, which contained Princeton Seminary’s dorm rooms and classrooms. Across the lawn … Continue reading

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Anger does not get all the credit it deserves

By Rick Thomas Sinful anger is not just volatile anger. It has many forms, especially less dramatic iterations that are so common that they have become accepted. This creates a problem because if you can’t identify your anger, you will not … Continue reading

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A Holy Violence

Is it wise to teach believers that they ought not to think so much of fighting and struggling against sin, but ought rather to “yield themselves to God,” and be passive in the hands of Christ? Is this according to … Continue reading

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The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification

God saves us from our sinful uncleanness by the washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Ghost, as well as from hell hereafter (Ezek. 36:29; Titus 3:5). Christ was called JESUS, that is, a Saviour, because He saved His … Continue reading

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Absolute Dependence on Jesus

“Let us have sincere daily dealings with Christ, bringing . . . …our sins to Him–that He may pardon them; …our duties to Him–that He may purify, perfume, and present them to His Father; …our hearts to Him–that He may … Continue reading

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