Monday, January 2, 2017

The Hyper-Examined Life Is Not Worth Living in 2017 by The Gospel Coalition

In the comments are below this article I wrote:

I use to hyper-self examine myself for much of my Christian life until I understood the doctrine of imputation. Now my heckles go up a little during communion when we're asked to "Come to the table with a clean heart". Did anyone think this through? "The heart is deceitfully wicked, who can know it." As soon as communion is over we're thinking about what we're going to eat for lunch. Admit it. Self righteousness is a sin in of itself. It is the realization of our sin in contrast of Christ's death and depending on His grace, otherwise we're missing the point.

This is an excellent article by the Gospel Coalition about The Hyper Examined Life.

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Always Look to Christ

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Looking Unto Our Goodness or God's?

"Do I feel that I could not contribute even one perfect thought, much less one solitary perfect action to the stores of the Redeemer’s merit? Nevertheless, He bids me come, and come I will. He is a great giver; I can only be a receiver, and my utter lack of all goodness fits me to receive from him, since the emptier the vessel the more it can receive. If I could help him there would be no need for him to work a miracle on my account, but since I can bring nothing whatsoever, I need his miraculous power. As I see him feeding hungry souls I will join in with the rest and partake of the fruit of his compassion." Charles Spurgeon 

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

A Gem for the Churched Moralist

Jesus had little trouble reaching the harlots, the thieves, robbers, criminals, outcasts, and sinners of society, including the tax collectors and the extortionists, but He had an almost impossible time reaching the religious, self-righteous, moral people who were under the illusion and self-deception that because of their goodness, everything was OK between them and God. They recognized no sin, so they needed no Savior. That is always the danger of morality. Morality creates an illusion of safety when in fact the person who is moral may be in the greatest danger of all.

John MacArthur

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Paul Washer Addresses His Critics Regarding Lordship Salvation - Video

Paul Washer addresses his critics on the Tom Roten Morning Show regarding the Lordship Salvation controversy.


Thursday, April 10, 2014

The Unconditional Love Of Christ by Paul Washer

Christian, do you need encouragement? Listen to this amazing 3 minute clip. "I don't want to sin anymore"