The Believer's Rest


What Does The Bible Say?



FEA founder M. H. Reynolds Sr. discusses the need for believers to enter God's rest. Originally aired July 1940.



Joshua 11:21-23

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The TRUTH of the Matter

After Jesus clearly declared the truth to Pilate, he despondently responded to the Savior, “What is truth?” To Pilate, as to many people today, truth is subjective and relative. Others believe truth does not even exist at all. Still others believe truth is unknowable or unattainable. While this moral and theological relativism is becoming increasingly prevalent in our Western culture, godly men of the past also dealt with this crisis many years ago.
 

Sanctification by Law or Grace? Which Is It?

That which is enough for justification into Christ is enough for sanctification in Christ!

Bible believing Christians are nearly unanimous in their view that salvation is by grace through faith alone. What many Bible believers are divided over, or ignorant about, is how a person remains saved, otherwise known as progressive sanctification.

The Logic of the Argument for Creation and Against Evolution

Believers in evolution who scoff at anybody who believes in creation commonly make the charge that there is no scientific theory of creation. They are right! Creation is a divinely revealed truth. A companion assertion of evolutionists is that there is no scientific evidence for creation. Here they are wrong. Creationists, when confronted with the frontal attack against creation, have often not made a correct response because they do not correctly understand the relationship between science and creation. Consequently, they sometimes try to make creation into a scientific theory.

FEA Today with Dr. JB Hixson (Part 3)


What Does The Bible Say?



Pastor Matt Costella interviews Dr. JB Hixson of Not By Works Ministries on the challenges of ministry in our postmodern context.



Galatians 1:6-9

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