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The Christian life is compared to many things throughout Scripture. It’s likened to a soldier going to war, a sheep under the care of a shepherd, or the journey of a pilgrim to a far-off city. But, perhaps, the enduring image of the life of Christian is nowhere better realized than in the world of […]
An excerpt from the works of B. B. Warfield.
We Christians are a forgetful bunch. We’re often confused and discombobulated. We so desperately want our goodness and virtue to account for something we’ve misrepresented the entire course of the Christian life.
I think it’s safe to say that we’re in the midst of the Golden Age of smartphones. Every year, a new iPhone is released, which is touted to be the most amazing, incredibly crafted iPhone yet! There’s seemingly an endless array of Android phones as well, each seeking to garner attention from the masses by marketing a special, niche feature that the iPhone doesn’t have (yet). Smartphones are all the craze nowadays — and you aren’t somebody until you have one…
A commentary upon Psalm 119:81-88.
Commentary upon Psalm 119:25-32.
A sermon upon Romans 8:16-28.
A sermon upon Psalm 71:1-3.
It may strike you as odd or strange to find that the notion of “faith” isn’t directly defined anywhere in Scripture. Yes, the writer of the Epistle to the Hebrews quickly defines faith in the chapter 1: “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen” (Heb. 11:1). But even there the definition is a functional one, not a philosophical one.