Pastor Joel Webbon personally wrestled with the assurance of salvation for years. This was one of the primary theological truths that set him free.
Much of the wickedness we find in society today is being constantly defended by this one fallacy: “The execution should be the norm.”
The Ark of Noah was a type of Christ. There is much that we can learn about the gospel by looking at the life and ministry of Noah.
The principle of male headship and female submission is timeless because the Bible does not support this principle by referencing cultural norms of the day, but by referencing God’s perfect design in creation. Christians are not called accommodate culture, but to engage culture with the truth of God’s Word.
1 John 1:9 says, “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” In this text, it appears as though confession is a “condition” for forgiveness. So how do we reconcile this text with the idea that Christians are completely forgiven of all their sins (including future sins) …
Christian Liberty is a precious commodity in the body of Christ. And yet, at the same time, Elders are called to preach persuasively. So how do we balance strong preaching with the freedom of an individual’s conscience?