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Mr. Ready-To-Hault & Mr. Great Heart

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Scripture: Hebrews 12:12-17
Topics: Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Discipleship, Contributor: Joel Webbon

It’s not enough to arrive at the Celestial City alone. Who are you serving, so that they complete the journey also?

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Faithful Baptists Should Expect All Their Children To Be Saved

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Scripture: Proverbs 22:6
Topics: Doctrine of the Covenants, Discipleship, Discipleship, Parenting, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Preaching, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Covenant Succession is the idea that the children of believers “are expected to succeed in the faith of their parents, and this is accomplished through the divinely ordained means of covenant nurture.” There is no theological reason Reformed Baptists shouldn’t believe this.

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Calling Out “Woke” Pastors! (Yes, We Name Them) | with Jon Harris

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 1:18-201 Timothy 1:3-5Colossians 2:8Ephesians 5:11Titus 1:9-14
Topics: Doctrine of the Covenants, False Doctrine, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Preaching, Gospel, Loving the Saints, Discipleship, Discipleship, Parenting, Justice, Wisdom & Discernment, Contributor: Joel Webbon

A few months ago, Pastor Joel Webbon produced an episode of Theology Applied with special guest, Justin Peters, titled “Calling Out False Teachers By Name.” In this episode, Pastor Joel chose NOT to call out certain major leaders in American Evangelicalism who have been pedaling the “woke gospel,” also known as the “social-justice gospel.” Since that time, Pastor Joel has …

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Judaism, Gospel, & Theonomy

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Scripture: Hebrews 12:1-2
Topics: Doctrine of the Covenants, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of the Law, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Preaching, Gospel, Loving the Saints, Gospel, Contributor: Right Response Staff

Although the daily sacrifice in Israel ought to have ceased at the death of Christ, it did not in fact cease until the destruction of the Temple and Jerusalem. Therefore, when considering the larger context of the preceding chapters (Hebrews 10 & 11), what “weight” and corresponding “sin” would most likely be hindering these Christians ability to “run with endurance …

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Did The Early Church In Acts Exasperate Its Members? | Acts 2:46

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Scripture: Acts 2:46
Topics: Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Preaching, Gospel, Loving the Saints, Gospel, Church History, Discipleship, Discipleship, Parenting, Justice, Wisdom & Discernment, Submission to Authority, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Was the Early Church being tyrannical towards its members when it “met daily” (Acts 2:46)? Should churches still do this today? Or was this simply a temporary aspect of the inauguration of the Kingdom?

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Gospel-Centered Postmillennialism | Part 1

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Scripture: Isaiah 9Matthew 1:18-21
Topics: Doctrine of the Covenants, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of Eschatology, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Preaching, Gospel, Loving the Saints, Gospel, Church History, Gospel, Discipleship, Discipleship, Parenting, Justice, Wisdom & Discernment, Submission to Authority, Justice, Contributor: Joel Webbon

So why was the Jews’ desire for salvation so far off from God’s plan? Because they did not recognize their truest need. We all want salvation from something, but is that something the same thing that Jesus came to save us from? It is true that Jesus is the King of Righteousness, and therefore, he came to save us from …

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Savior & King

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Scripture: Matthew 1:18-21
Topics: Doctrine of the Covenants, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Sin, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Preaching, Gospel, Loving the Saints, Gospel, Church History, Gospel, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

At the time of Jesus’ birth, the nation of Israel was asking God for salvation. For them, salvation meant liberation from the rule of the Romans. In order to receive this salvation they needed a savior. The savior they asked for was a warrior dressed for battle, but the savior they received was a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes. They …

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The Manger, The Cross, & The Throne

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Scripture: Matthew 1:18-21
Topics: Doctrine of the Covenants, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of the Son, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Preaching, Gospel, Loving the Saints, Gospel, Church History, Gospel, Gospel, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

The birth of Jesus and the death of Jesus can never be truly separated. The incarnation was God setting the stage for the crucifixion. The manger exists as the prelude to the cross. And the cross exists as the path to the throne. Jesus was born so that at the proper time he could die. And Jesus died so that …

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Covenant Theology, Postmil Eschatology, & The Substance Of Christ

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Scripture: Hebrews 11:32-40
Topics: Doctrine of the Covenants, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of the Law, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of the Son, Doctrine of Eschatology, Doctrine of the Covenants, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Preaching, Gospel, Loving the Saints, Gospel, Church History, Gospel, Gospel, Gospel, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

It is not as though Old Testament saints received only victory, while New Testament saints receive only persecution. Virtually all Old Testament saints experienced some measure of victory, but with much defeat. And all New Testament saints experience some measure of defeat, but with an ever progressing amount of victory throughout the Gospel Age.