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  • Source of True Teaching by Kim Riddlebarger

    Q. What rule hath God given to direct us how we may glorify and enjoy him?  A. The Word of God, which is contained in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, is the only rule to direct us …Read More

  • Sovereign Restoration by Kim Riddlebarger

    In one of the least known books of the Bible, Zephaniah, we find one of the most amazing prophecies. Writing during the reign of King Josiah (640–609 BC), Zephaniah speaks of the coming day of the Lord (Zeph. 1:7): “Be …Read More

  • The Sovereignty of God and Evangelism by Paul Helm

    Many people struggle with God’s sovereignty in election because they believe it excludes the activity of evangelism. If people are eternally elected or not, they ask, what good will preaching do? What difference will it make? However, as Scripture teaches, …Read More

  • The Sovereignty of God—Has God Lost Control? by Philip Hughes

    The condition of our world is such today that many are questioning whether the classical doctrine of the Absolute Sovereignty of Almighty God can still have any meaning. Human society is in a state of seething unrest. Quite apart from …Read More

  • A Sower Went Out To Sow by Burk Parsons

    Church historian Mark Noll writes, “In many ways, the defining figure in the history of American evangelicalism is the eighteenth-century revivalist George Whitefield.” Prior to America’s declaration of independence from England, the Calvinist preacher from England turned the colonies upside …Read More

  • Sowing and Reaping by Terry Johnson

    The words of the apostle Paul are ominous, fearsome, sobering, encouraging, and strengthening as he says, “Do not be deceived: God is not mocked, for whatever one sows, this he will also reap” (Gal. 6:7). When I was a young …Read More

  • The Spanish Inquisition by Stephen Nichols

    In 1492, Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain sponsored Christopher Columbus and his voyage to the New World. But in 1477, they were behind something far more infamous. In that year, the Spanish monarchs petitioned Pope Sixtus IV to revive the …Read More

  • Speaking the Truth in Love by Phil Johnson

    Sometimes the best way to love your neighbor is to challenge a false belief that is holding him in confusion, discouragement, or some worse state of spiritual bondage. The idea that it’s unloving to defend truth or confront lies is …Read More

  • Speaking the Truth in Love by Nathan Busenitz

    We live in a world where people love to talk. Studies suggest that the average American adult speaks approximately 16,000 words per day. Multiply that by a lifespan of 70 years, for a total of nearly 409 million words, and …Read More

  • Speed with God by Sinclair Ferguson

    When Sereno E. Dwight included the seventy resolutions in his biography of his great-grandfather Jonathan Edwards, he added the arresting comment: “These were all written before he was twenty years of age.” Doubtless the resolutions display the marks of relative …Read More

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