I am currently teaching through the Sermon on the Mount. The lessons are being uploaded weekly at the Bethel Grace Baptist Church website. I am using Martyn Lloyd Jones’ book, Studies in the Sermon on the Mount, if you would like to follow along. Some of the topics we will be covering include… Matt 5:1-4 – Introduction […]
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Social justice seems to be something that everyone should be working toward, but why is there often differences of opinion between conservatives and liberals on the topic?
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Why is it that many Christians who decry Christian political involvement (read Tony Campolo types) because power and politics are tools of Satan, then go on to argue for government solutions to global warming and health care? Do they really want Satan and his tools cooling our plannet and running our health care? Perhaps a more […]
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There are many pastors that seem to have lost their way a bit by following hard after some kind of “seeker” or “emergent” model. They have such a desire for growth and relevance that they have lost their relevance, which makes their growth questionable. With them in mind, here are four common pitfalls which must […]
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For ye have the poor with you always, and whensoever ye will ye may do them good; but me ye have not always. Mark 14:7 Here in one of the most unforgettable, characteristic words that Jesus ever uttered, our Lord actually contrasts the service of the poor with the service of Him. “Ye have the […]
Read More The Poor You Will Always Have -J. Gresham Machen