Application Issues

  • “A NOTE ON DEMAS”

    John Rachoy Journal of Grace Theology(Winter, 1964-65) Demas was a Christian. We first read of him in Colossians 4:14, “Luke, the beloved physician, and Demas, greet you.” Again in Philemon 24, “Marcus, Aristarchus, Demas, Lucas, my fellowlaborers.” Our final Scripture concerning Demas is II Timothy 4:10, “For Demas hath forsaken me, having loved this present […]

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  • A History of Preaching In Britain and America

    F. R. Webber Including the Biographies of Many Princes of the Pulpitand the Men Who Influenced Them George Whitefield Preaching

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  • “The Apocrypha”

    David H. Wallace Baker’s Dictionary of Theology, ed. Everett F Harrison (Baker, 1960) The word apocrypha is from the Greek ta apocrypha, “The hidden things,” although there is no strict sense in which these books are hidden. Some thirteen books comprise the Apocrypha: I and II Esdras, Tobit, Judith, The Rest of Esther, The Wisdom of […]

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  • Garments for Honor

    reprinted from“First Fruits of Zion” Web Site Introduction: This is a topic sorely in need of preaching in virtually every Bible-believing Christian church today. It points to a practice that most congregations and even pastors now take for granted, which results in the loss of the proper preparation needed for coming into the presence of God […]

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  • Does Eschatology Matter in Jewish Evangelism?

    Kenneth J. Morgan Eschatology is the study of “last things.” Christians believe that Jesus (Yeshua) the Messiah will return, a doctrine called the second advent of Christ. However, there is much disagreement about what events will transpire just before his return and subsequent to it. There are three theological views on these issues, but today […]

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  • Assurance, Doubt, and Guilty Fears

    Kenneth J. Morgan April 2009 Bible believing scholars, whether Calvinists or Arminians, believe that a Christian can and should have assurance of his salvation. Many verses can be cited to demonstrate that God wants every believer to have absolute assurance that if he were to die, he would go to heaven, a sinner saved by […]

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  • Helpful Sermons

    Encouraging Sermons on Biblical and Practical Issues Note: The text of these sermons has not been modified, except that punctuation and KJV-­era pronouns and verb forms have been modernized and long paragraphs have been divided.

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  • Prayer

    Helpful Sermons and Articles on Prayer and How to Pray “Though God perfectly knows all our wants and has determined beforehand what mercies to grant, yet he has also determined to make us sensible of our need of mercy and humbly to ask for it before he bestows it upon us.” Joel Baker [1] What is […]

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