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“Nothing so clearly discovers a spiritual man as his treatment of an erring brother.” (Augustine)

“Scripture has the power to take the simple-minded and make them skilled for every aspect of life.” (John MacArthur)

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Notable & Newsworthy

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Get Robert Letham’s “The Work of Christ” (Contours of Christian Theology) for 60% OFF at Westminster Bookstore

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Enter to win a copy of each one of Jared Wilson’s books from 20 Schemes

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Last chance to enter to win a Zondervan Jesus Bible and “The Jesus Story Book Bible” by Sally Lloyd-Jones

Ligonier’s $5 Friday featuring “The Creedal Imperative” by Carl Trueman

Ergun Caner’s attempts to suppress the truth about his history/conversion foiled again

Matt Walsh’s “homophobic rant” about Michael Sam, the hypocrisy of the NFL, and the intolerance of our culture

Help distribute ESV Global Study Bibles to Pastors in the southern hemisphere

“The lost will eternally suffer in the satisfaction of justice. But they will never satisfy it. Christ satisfied justice.” (John Murray)

“God takes away the world, that the heart may cleave more to Him in sincerity.” (Thomas Watson)

What Does Sola Scriptura Mean?

WHAT DOES SOLA SCRIPTURA MEAN?

“The Reformation principle of sola Scriptura has to do with the sufficiency of Scripture as our supreme authority in all spiritual matters. Sola Scriptura simply means that all truth necessary for our salvation and spiritual life is taught either explicitly or implicitly in Scripture. It is not a claim that all truth of every kind is found in Scripture… [it is] the perfect and only standard of spiritual truth, revealing infallibly all that we must believe in order to be saved and all that we must do in order to glorify God. That–no more, no less–is what sola Scriptura means.” (John MacArthur)

For more on this subject, please visit the Systematic Theology page.

 

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The Sufficiency of Christ Alone

THE SUFFICIENCY OF CHRIST ALONE

“You come to Christ, you receive the forgiveness of sins. You come to Christ, you receive a new nature, a new disposition, a new heart that loves righteousness. You come to Christ and you die to the past and you rise to new life. You come to Christ and you’re delivered from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of His dear Son. You come to Christ and you literally come to the truth that transcends, the truth you’ll never find anywhere except in the Word of God and even this truth you’ll never understand until the Spirit of God takes up residence and becomes your teacher, and then you know the deep things of God. It’s all in Christ. All truth, all wisdom, all knowledge, all understanding, all peace, all joy, all value, all fulfillment, all satisfaction, all purpose, all deliverance, all strength, all comfort, and all eternal hope is in Christ. To have Him is to have everything. Not to have Him is to have nothing.” (John MacArthur)

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