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by Mckinley. Tue Dec 10, 2019 12:29 AM
Lordship Salvation Why So Controversial?
by Tom. Mon Dec 09, 2019 11:52 PM
What is Lent?
by Mckinley. Mon Dec 09, 2019 5:25 PM
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4 hours ago Some may not fear death [by chestnutmare]
Some may not fear death but may dread the way they might die. Long illness, great pain, or some form of violence could be the means of bringing our earthly life to an end. We shall be wise if we are always ready for any experience which God may allow us to pass through. Is it not right that He should do what He will with His own? Is not His will infinitely holy, wise, just and good in all things? Does He not know what is best for us and what will bring most glory to Himself? Very many people have found they have been able to endure the things they have dreaded most because much more strength and peace of mind have been given them than they could ever have expected.
~ John Owen.
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Yesterday at 11:00 AM He often tries the faith [by chestnutmare]
It is very apparent from the Word of God that He often tries the faith and patience of His people when they are crying to Him for some great and important mercy, by withholding the mercy sought for a season; and not only so, but at first He may cause an increase of dark appearances. And yet He, without fail, at last prospers those who continue urgently in prayer with all perseverance and "will not let him go except He blesses.

~ Jonathan Edwards.
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Sun Dec 08, 2019 1:28 AM What is Lent? [by Mckinley]
I was just recently listening to a podcast by Reformed Forum and the title of the talk was ‘’Zwingli, Sola Scriptura and the Reformation of Christian Worship’’, they discussed among many things the observation of Lent, they taught that not only was it not biblical but not Reformed and shouldn’t be observed at all, what is the historical context of Lent and should Christians and or those who hold to Reformed theology dismiss it as a false link of study?
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Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:30 PM 2nd Commandment and Christmas [by Mckinley]
It’s that time of year when many will erect pictures of Christ, those who are believers and those who are not,... why is it such a long disagreement even today amongst those even in the Reformed body to understand that its a sin to continue this practice,... ‘’The Second Commandment forbids not only the worship of man-made images of beings regarded as divine, but also the creation of such images. “You shall not make for yourself a carved image.” The tendency is to run this statement together with what follows (“you shall not bow down to them nor serve them”) to conclude that what is forbidden is only the worship of such images. Yet the commandment has two imperatives and expressly forbids the making of such images exactly because it is in the nature of man to fall down and worship what he considers to be divine. Jesus our Lord is in heaven, and He is to be worshiped by faith. He is not to be imaged.’’... Joe Vusich
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Tue Dec 03, 2019 12:22 PM Afflictions cannot injure when we blend them with submission. [by chestnutmare]
Afflictions cannot injure when we blend them with submission.

Ice on trees will bend many a branch to the point of breaking. Similarly, I see a great many people bowed down and crushed by their afflictions. Yet every now and then I meet someone who sings in affliction, and then I thank God for my own circumstances as well as his. There is never a song more beautiful than that which is sung in the night. You may remember the story of a woman who, when her own child died, looked toward heaven as with the face of an angel and said, "I give you joy, my sweet child." That solitary, simple sentence has stayed with me for many years, often energizing and comforting me.

~ Henry Ward Beecher.
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