Shall We Drop It or Make a Point of It?

When I was in England several years ago for evangelistic meetings, I was privileged to visit some of the historic locations associated with the ministry of John Wesley, the father of Methodism. One of the most interesting and inspiring places was the city of Epworth,...

Introduction to the Book of Acts

More people go doctrinally astray in the Book of Acts than in any other book of the Bible! It is my firm conviction that most of the confusion and contradictory teachings that exist in much of Christendom today are teachings upon the assumption that Acts is a Handbook...

Transitional Nature of the Book of Acts

Most people will, in their study of the Bible, recognize and acknowledge that God has progressively unfolded His plan for man. This means, He has added more and more meaning and given new light as the ages of time advanced. Few, however, see that such advances include...

Regeneration

“For we ourselves also were sometimes foolish, disobedient, deceived, serving divers lusts and pleasures, living in malice and envy, hateful, and hating one another. But after that kindness and love of God our Savior toward man appeared, Not by works of righteousness...

Justification

Romans 5:1-5       If Christians were to view all of the doctrines in the Bible as if they were a beautiful range of mountains, I believe the Doctrine of Justification would be appreciated as one of the few snow-capped peaks that rule the skyline.  Its marvelous...

The Doctrine of Sanctification

The Doctrine of Sanctification is one of those Bible subjects that has suffered from abuse by those who have misunderstood it, and neglected by those who fear identification with its abusers. This is a tragedy! No doctrine of Scripture is in greater need of being...