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Signs, Seals, & Covenants

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Scripture: Joshua 4
Topics: Baptism, Lord's Supper, Doctrine of the Covenants, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Joshua was instructed by the Lord to appoint one man from each of the twelve tribes of Israel. Likewise, the Greater Joshua, who is Jesus, after having passed through the agony of his death on the cross and having opened the Heavenly Canaan to all of true Israel, appointed his twelve apostles to construct the Eternal Memorial of Holy Scripture to ensure that the knowledge of his life, death, and resurrection might be passed on to all future generations.

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Signs, Seals, & Covenants

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Scripture: Joshua 4
Topics: Baptism, Lord's Supper, Baptism, Lord's Supper, Doctrine of the Covenants, Doctrine of the Covenants, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Joshua was instructed by the Lord to appoint one man from each of the twelve tribes of Israel. Likewise, the Greater Joshua, who is Jesus, after having passed through the agony of his death on the cross and having opened the Heavenly Canaan to all of true Israel, appointed his twelve apostles to construct the Eternal Memorial of Holy Scripture …

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An Epidemic Of “Weaker-Brother” Pastors!

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Scripture: Romans 14:1-23
Topics: Baptism, Lord's Supper, Baptism, Lord's Supper, Lord's Supper, Church Polity, Elders, Gospel, Legalism, Lord's Supper, Contributor: Joel Webbon

R. C. Sproul preached a sermon called “The Tyranny of the Weaker Brother.” His premise comes from Romans 14. He talks about how the church should welcome the weaker brother into membership with grace, but he warns of the weaker brother’s tendency to be a tyrant towards the rest of the body. The weaker brother, due to his weaker faith …

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Is Children’s Church Biblical?

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Scripture: 1 Corinthians 10:171 Corinthians 11:17-33Ephesians 6:4
Topics: Baptism, Lord's Supper, Baptism, Lord's Supper, Lord's Supper, Church Polity, Elders, Gospel, Legalism, Lord's Supper, Church Unity, Lord's Supper, Doctrine of the Covenants, Doctrine of the Covenants, Doctrine of Worship, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Is it biblically faithful for Christian parents to send their children to a separate ministry on the Lord’s Day? Or should children participate in Lord’s Day worship alongside their parents?

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Are Churches That Only ‘Live-Stream’ In Sin?

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Scripture: Hebrews 10:24-25Hebrews 3:12Hebrews 3:13Matthew 18:17-20Revelation 1:10-16
Topics: Baptism, Lord's Supper, Baptism, Lord's Supper, Lord's Supper, Church Polity, Elders, Gospel, Legalism, Lord's Supper, Church Unity, Lord's Supper, Church Polity, Corporate Prayer, Lord's Supper, Worship, Doctrine of the Covenants, Doctrine of the Covenants, Doctrine of Worship, Doctrine of Worship, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Even among Christians who are convinced that the saints’ weekly gathering is “essential,” many remain suspicious of the church’s true necessity. This suspicion is likely due to the fact that many Christians fail to understand precisely how the church is “unique.” In our day, there appears to be an alarming amount of Christians who are simply unaware of what actually …