Ligonier Blog / Thursday / October 2 / 2014

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  • Amen

    from R.C. Sproul Nov 03, 2011 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

    And all the people said… “Amen!” The “amen corner” has had an important place in the life of the church throughout the ages. However, it is rare to find such a spot among Presbyterians. We are known as God’s frozen chosen for a reason. It has been said that the Methodists like to shout “Fire,” the Baptists like to shout “Water,” and the Presbyterians like to softly say, “Order, order.” Nevertheless, in spite of the idiosyncrasies of various ecclesiastical persuasions, the function of the word amen far transcends denominational usages in the modern era. Keep Reading
  • How Has God Used Ligonier Ministries in Your Life?

    from R.C. Sproul Oct 19, 2011 Category: Ministry News

    It seems like only yesterday that Mrs. Dora Hillman approached me with the idea of opening a small study center just outside of Pittsburgh, PA, to train people for ministry. Back then, I never realized that within a generation God would grow the Ligonier Valley Study Center into a teaching fellowship with an international reach. By God’s grace, Ligonier Ministries has labored for forty years — the equivalent of a biblical generation — to help others to know and remember the Lord.  Keep Reading
  • Receive a Special-Edition Copy of Chosen by God for Your Gift of Any Amount

    from R.C. Sproul Sep 19, 2011 Category: Ministry News

    All Christians at times struggle to embrace certain teachings of the Bible. I’ll never forget my seminary days when I challenged Dr. John Gerstner regarding divine election. I made a pest of myself, but Dr. Gerstner patiently endured me. Slowly, I came to learn that I must teach what the Bible says is true, not what I want the Bible to say is true.  Keep Reading
  • On True Seekers

    from R.C. Sproul May 03, 2011 Category: R.C. Sproul

    Jonathan Edwards used to say that the chief business of the Christian was the seeking of the Kingdom of God. And what he meant by that was the chief business of the Christian is seeking after God. We have such a superficial understanding of seeking that we attribute it to non-believers when the non-believer is not seeking God—he's running away from God. Keep Reading

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