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God’s People Are Saints
God writes His name on His people, and the name He writes is one that reflects His own righteousness and holiness. Believers are repeatedly called saints.
Grace to You and Peace
When we read, "grace to you and peace from God..." (Eph. 1:2) we don't want to think it's just a salutation. We have to watch out for familiarity to set in...
By nature man is cursed for having transgressed God's laws. The sons of Adam are a cursed race. For God to ever bless anyone who has sinned and broken His...
The God That Chooses
Yes, but that also is not going back far enough. We must go back before our world existed...to the God who chooses.
Chosen to Stand Before God
Man lost the greatest of all his privileges: beholding the face of God. Man’s sin hid the greatest Treasure of all from us. Man has been put out of...
Appreciating Our Adoption
Many Reformed theologians consider adoption to be the very highest privilege that the Gospel offers. Yet, it seems that the church has historically neglected this doctrine...
Praising God For Our Adoption
In expressing to you the doctrine of adoption, we realize that somebody can be adopted and not really recognize what that is. Being adopted is one thing, but recognizing you are adopted is...
Gentile Dogs Have Hope Too
We should be amazed that even us, the Gentiles, have been included and have salvation and hope too. We are not going to perish forever and forever because of God's incredible mercy...
Redemption Through His Blood
Take a look at Christ's blood being spilled and God's wrath that was unleashed upon Him; and suddenly you recognize there is a price, and it is an infinite price...
God’s Ultimate Purpose Revealed
God's ultimate purpose is pointing to the unification of all things by way of reconciliation to God by peace, which is made by the blood on Christ's Cross.
Behind a Frowning Providence
“Behind a frowning providence He hides a smiling face.” There’s a truth there, that the song writer says, that you and I need to know.
How to Pray like an Apostle
I’ve often considered it to be a significant measure of a person’s spiritual maturity to simply ask somebody, “How much do you pray for others?”