"...if anyone makes the assistance of grace depend on the humility or obedience of man and does not agree that it is a gift of grace itself that we are obedient and humble, he contradicts the Apostle who says, "What have you that you did not receive?" (1 Cor. 4:7), and, "But by the grace of God I am what I am" (1 Cor. 15:10). (Council of Orange: Canon 6)


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  • Contrasting Affections

    Text: John 11:54-12:11

    January 28, 2020  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    Is the Reformation Over?

    In this video, Dr. Michael Reeves explains why the Reformation is not over.


    The Reformation is not over and cannot be over. The first reason it’s not over is because the Roman Catholic Church has not been reformed. Rome, by her own catechism and statements, still repudiates justification by faith alone, and therefore the matter of the Reformation has not been resolved.

    Furthermore, those churches that would not call themselves Roman Catholic needed to be ongoingly reformed because reformation is not something that can be settled. Reformation is about the church purifying herself by the Word of God continually. There is never some acceptably pure level.

    So, reformation is an ongoing thing. And that means that reformation cannot be over until Christ returns, because reformation is about chasing that purity that Christ wants for His church. And we have not reached that and we will not reach that until He returns.

    January 24, 2020  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    Aftermath of a Resurrection

    Text: John 11:45-53

    January 21, 2020  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    Farewell to Mundane Sundays!

    Hebrews 10:23-25; 12:18-24

    Christian, when you come to the corporate gathering on the Lord's Day, whether 10 others show up with you, 100 or even a crowd of 10,000, you are actually part of something so massive, so momentous, you would hardly believe it. You have come to an event so big it makes the Superbowl look a small family picnic by comparison. Embracing what Scripture reveals about our corporate gathering together allows us to say ‘farewell' to boredom forever. Your Sundays will never be the same!

    January 14, 2020  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    Loose him and let him go!

    Text: John 11:38-44

    January 06, 2020  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    The Key To Transformation

    Romans 12:1 Therefore I urge you, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship. 2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect.

    December 30, 2019  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    Lazarus, Come Forth!

    Text: John 11:38-46

    December 16, 2019  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    All Appointments Kept

    On Sunday, November 24, Robert Elliott (Pastor of Reformed Baptist Church, Riverside, California) preached at King's Church in Peoria, AZ on the theme "All Appointments Kept."

    Text: Acts 13:38-48

    November 25, 2019  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    The Gospel of the Kingdom

    I had the privilege of opening REFORMCON 2019 with a message on the theme, "The Gospel of the Kingdom."

    November 20, 2019  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink

    Do You Believe This?

    Text: John 11:17 - 37

    Where do you go for answers? What is your "go to" source for truth? The choice before us is either the Lord Jesus Christ on His own terms or some form of syncretism.

    November 20, 2019  |  Comments (0)   |  Permalink