Those who teach works must be added to faith as a condition for salvation can never tell you when you have done enough. This fact alone exposes the reason why you will never find assurance of salvation in their systems. The problems with believing our right standing before God is a result of Christ’s work … Continue reading Faith + Works = Bondage
I recently had the privilege of preaching at First Artesia Christian Reformed Church. In this clip from the sermon, we take a look at how Christ’s righteousness imputed to us is better than the guiltlessness that Adam lost. Below is the transcript of the video with a few edits to better fit this format. https://youtu.be/Br-Ync9QU1Q … Continue reading Is Guiltlessness the Same as Righteousness?
https://youtu.be/pJwh6sKOvPQ This morning I had the privilege of preaching at First Artesia Christian Reformed Church. We took some time to look at the Cities of Refuge found in the Old Testament and the amazing picture of Jesus they paint for us. May you be encouraged. D. Eaton
With the weapons of righteousness for the right hand and for the left.- 2 Corinthians 6:7 There are weapons of righteousness for each of our hands. The phrase, "weapons of righteousness," sometimes translated as, "armor of righteousness," has been interpreted many ways, from the plausible to the ludicrous. These weapons are often linked to our … Continue reading The Weapons of Righteousness
I recently taught a class through Pilgrim's Progress. Below are the discussion questions for each chapter. Chapter 1 -pp. 1-17 in the Revell Spire Edition -pp. 1-26 in the Moody Classic Edition -pp. 1-27 in Pilgrim’s Progress in Today’s English -pp. 1-20 Barbour and Company. 1985 1. What is the book Christian has in his … Continue reading Pilgrim’s Progress Discussion Questions by Chapter
The Illustration His mom had laid out the situation. The room was to be clean by 4:00 p.m. If he completed the job on time, his mom would buy him movie tickets so he could go out with his friends. If he did not finish on time, he would be grounded for a week. At 4:00 … Continue reading Understanding Justification: The Necessity of Double Imputation