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Irresistible Grace

The truth of God’s irresistible grace is represented by the fourth letter, “I”, of the word TULIP. That the grace of God is irresistible follows, inexorably, from the truths of God’s sovereign predestination, limited or particular atonement and total and absolute depravity, even as it is just as true that the Armenians must conclude that […]

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Praying with Sin in the Heart

The question that the staff of Beacon Lights asked me to answer in this issue is one whose answer is of great importance to young and old. It has to do with our prayer life, and also with our walk of life. The question is, “If I have sin in my heart will God answer […]

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The Christian with Opened Eyes

“God doth know that your eyes shall be opened,” Gen. 3:5. What an alluring prospect! So Eve thought. The devil was saying that there is something esoteric about the word and religion of Jehovah. So that it was like his approaching her with, “Come now, woman, you are just a neophyte, a novice, a mere […]

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Total Death Unto Sin in Christ Jesus

”… sin shall not have dominion in you; ye are not under the law but under grace.” Romans 6:14 The truly Biblical teaching that we are saved by grace alone through faith is often misunderstood by God’s people; however, it is wholly despised and misrepresented by those, who are utterly adverse to the grace of […]

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What is Wrong with Rock? (5): Lyrics

“Rock … is an open endorsement of sex permissiveness, perversion, drugs, disobedience to parents, hostility to society.”  David Ewen, “All the Years of American Popular Music” “From its beginning rock ‘n’ roll has been characterized by an almost antiliterate lyric style which at first developed organically from teenage slang (Crazy, man, crazy) and black idiom […]

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Television and Drama

I have been requested to write once again on a subject I (and many others as well) have often covered before. I won’t bring up the many objections which are raised against the T.V. even by the world. I won’t try to identify the “good” and “bad’’ programs. I would like to present some principles […]

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