Tim responds to a question about what "Looking to Christ", "Being satisfied in Christ", and other terms mean.
Hyper-Calvinism destroys the Savior, it destroys the Gospel message, and removes the willingness that God has to save sinners.
My fear for our generation is that churches do believe and teach Calvinism, and yet find themselves no longer having a message for sinners.
Faith believes on the saving work of Christ as my only hope. If your confidence is...
We must flee from any form of hyper-Calvinism that will be sure to squelch our zeal for missions.
It is the power of the cross of Christ that sets men free from the things of this world.
Therefore lift your drooping hands and strengthen your weak knees...
Strong families are those that are functioning in the local church...
Discouragement can be a big temptation when starting a church.
As believers we are called to gather together as a body and to use our gifts to build up one another.
Though they can be very helpful, Internet sermons are not an adequate substitute for meeting together with God's people.
Is it OK for professing Christians to use curse words or listen to music with profanity in it?
Paul Washer takes us to II Corinthians 5 to challenge us to check our hearts and see if we have a true relationship with the Lord.
The Lord is well aware of our "wrinkles", and He so loves us that He is taking them out one by one.
This I recall to my mind, Therefore I have hope. The Lord's loving kindnesses indeed never cease,
Wisdom is applying knowledge in a way that honors the Lord. Giving your wealth to honor the Lord is the highest motive of how we can use our money. Is your giving honor driven? That is wisdom.