By Faith

The Sin of Dominionists

Just as Moses was delayed from coming back down the mountain, the people fell back into the idolatry they were just delivered from in Egypt (Exodus 32)…After all they did not know how long he would be on the mountain, 40 days seemed like an eternity and they lost patience. Likewise in the last days […]

Tossed About Because of the Heresies and False Doctrines

Recently, ‘tossed about’ could be said to fit my own general mood. Or perhaps over-loaded is a better descriptive term. The author of all deception has his sights set on accomplishing one of two things; either trapping the saints within the tangled web of false doctrines and heretic beliefs, or wearing us out by the […]

Thoughts from Spurgeon on the New Year

Excerpts from Sermon for the New Year delivered on Thursday Evening, January 1st, 1885, by C. H. Spurgeon, At the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington; “And he that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new.”—Revelation 21:5. HOW PLEASED WE ARE with that which is new! Our children’s eyes sparkle when we talk of […]

The Times Are Out of Joint

We are getting into the condition into which Germany fell not long ago. To this day, when talking with a German who is about joining our church, I usually find that he has lived in a country town. The devout German villager still attends public worship, but in the large towns a practical atheism is […]


This blessed me. My hope is these few excerpts encourage you also…. James Smith (1802—1862) – The Better Land THE BORDER LAND “The time has come for my departure. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of […]

Oswald Chambers: Faith— Not Emotion

We walk by faith, not by sight —2 Corinthians 5:7 For a while, we are fully aware of God’s concern for us. But then, when God begins to use us in His work, we begin to take on a pitiful look and talk only of our trials and difficulties. And all the while God is […]

Oswald Chambers: Gracious Uncertainty

. . . it has not yet been revealed what we shall be . . . —1 John 3:2 Our natural inclination is to be so precise—trying always to forecast accurately what will happen next—that we look upon uncertainty as a bad thing. We think that we must reach some predetermined goal, but that is […]

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I Was a Teenage Dispensationalist

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