The Grace of God in Action

by Pastor M. H. Reynolds, Jr.

Grace is often defined as “unmerited favor.” It functions apart from any worthiness or human achievement. Salvation is entirely and always by God’s grace through faith. According to Titus 2:11-13, God’s grace accomplishes four things in one’s life.

Original Sin in the Garden of Science?

by Robert Kofahl, Ph.D.

"The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom: a good understanding have all they that do His commandments; His praise endureth forever." Psalm 111:10

Faithfulness in a Day of Apostasy

by Dr. Harry A. Ironside (1876-1951)

The Divine View of Discipleship

Luke 14:25-33 is a most instructive text that provides us with our Lord’s standard of what constitues true discipleship. We will be primarily referring to this text in considering this vital theme. Many Christians today claim to be followers or disciples of Jesus Christ, yet their thoughts, beliefs and actions could not be further from the mind and will of God. Sadly, to be a Christian today often means very little as far as one’s lifestyle and priorities are concerned.

Holy Men and a Holy Mount

by Charles J. Woodbridge

Evangelism is the heartthrob of the Christian enterprise, the proclamation of the changeless Gospel of Christ to the ends of the earth. To this task the Church of the Son of God needs constantly and prayerfully to dedicate herself. She must "evangelize or fossilize." She must press onward with the good news of salvation, or slip backward into powerlessness and frustration. War or no war, the glad tidings of the grace of God must be sounded forth with clarion voice to a lost and dying world.

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