Category Archives: Reformation

SEPARATION FROM THE CUSTOMS AND SPIRIT OF THE WORLD

A preacher once said… “Never lose your pilgrim spirit.” Truly this world is not our home. We are sojourners and aliens in a foreign land. “Spurgeon And they fortified Jerusalem unto the broad wall. – Nehemiah 3:8 Cities well fortified … Continue reading

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POPE FRANCIS AND THE ANATOMY OF A FALSE GOSPEL

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WHY DO BORN AGAIN CHRISTIANS SAY “MERRY CHRISTMAS”?

Psalm 47:7 For God is the King of all the earth: sing ye praises with understanding. With Understanding Spurgeon – The Treasury Of David  “Sing ye praises with understanding.” Sing a didactic Psalm. Sound doctrine praises God. Sometimes we say things by rote, … Continue reading

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THEIR HO HO HOLIDAY

I’ve mentioned this in a previous post, but it bears repeating.  A few years ago, while on a long drive, my husband and I stopped for a quick lunch.  It was around this time of year, Christmas time. There was … Continue reading

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MARY MARY

Where to begin. The false Roman Catholic doctrines associated with Mary are many, and many Roman Catholics have embraced those false doctrines. I heard a sermon recently by an evangelical pastor. The title of the sermon was “The Blessed Mother”. … Continue reading

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