• Pastor Robert Morris says that your belief determines your behavior. From a sermon recorded in 2018: "Your belief determines your behavior. So there are people that say they believe in Jesus, but they've never lived for him. Please hear me. I don't think [they] really believe. I really don't. Because when you believe, the [more]

    Categories: Obedience, Reformed/CalvinismTags: , , , , Last Updated: July 30th, 2021
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  • God's irresistible grace, also referred to as the 'effectual call' in the Westminster Confession of Faith. It is probably better known as "irresistible grace" as it represents the "I" in "TULIP" - a broader collection of doctrines ascribed to John Calvin (even though he existed long before the acronym). This doctrine of irresistible grace [more]

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  • Fear is a strong emotion with a fairly negative connotation. It's generally not a good thing. Psychology Today gives advice about how to overcome fear. Therefore, "fear God" could leave the secular thinker with a negative definition of a basic Scriptural tenant. And how can one fear God and also love God at the same [more]

    Categories: ObedienceTags: , , , , , , Last Updated: July 30th, 2021
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  • It is such an important question. Can we lose our salvation? Or said another way: Can God's grace be rejected? Can someone actually squander, neglect, or even return as it were their free gift from God? There is a prevailing thought about this question among the Christian community. For example, a popular answer to [more]

    Categories: Bible Concepts, Obedience, Reformed/Calvinism, SalvationTags: , , , , Last Updated: December 31st, 2020
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  • The act of baptism is well recorded in Scripture. Not only was it a tradition among the Hebrew people for centuries, but it is what at least one Bible character was know by (John the Baptist) and it was something that Jesus the Messiah did himself. (Matthew 3:13-17 ) Some other questions about [more]

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