Good doctrine presents man with a will that is not forced by God. In any given situation, he is always free to choose the available option he most desires. He can and does follow his heart. Good doctrine presents man with a heart horribly affected by sin. From birth, his heart is warped. As he … More Avoiding Hyper-Calvinism
In Acts 3, Peter presents his first post-resurrection sermon in the temple. Luke ends with these words: God, having raised up his servant, sent him to you first, to bless you by turning every one of you from your wickedness. Acts 3:26 Note, the sermon is being presented to religious Jews, on pilgrimage, in Jerusalem, … More As He Leads, I Will Follow
Christians are called the vineyard of God. They exist to be fruitful and multiply. They are called to walk in the Spirit and display his fruit. Yes, every single hour of every single day, they are to love, think, speak, and do that which is pleasing and glorifying to God. They are to bear fruit … More Whose Fruit Is It?