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Martyn Lloyd-Jones was right when he said that "if your preaching of the gospel of Gods’ free grace in Jesus Christ does not provoke the charge from some of antinomianism you’re not preaching the gospel of the free grace of God in Jesus Christ." by Ian Hamilton NO OTHER GOSPEL The previous article dealt with […]

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Date May 26, 2003
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let us be encouraged with the knowledge that our wise and loving heavenly Father is committed to and knows how to plant and cultivate perfect desires in His beloved children by William Harrell It is common for a pastor to hear various members of his flock lament over the apparent disinclination the Lord has to […]

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Date May 26, 2003
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What comfort can we have from a belief system that maintains that we are the result of hundreds of millions of years of illness, pain, suffering and death – for this is what evolution teaches. This is in contrast with the Biblical teaching that death is the result of Adam’s sin, and that one day […]

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Date May 26, 2003
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(Banner of Truth Ministers’ Conference 2003) by Ian Hamilton, Cambridge. Do you know the sheep? I was once in a fine church talking to a godly elder who wept saying, "This is the first pastoral visit I have had in 18 years." If you are not convicted of pastoral visiting then you are not fit […]

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Date May 19, 2003
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The great question that confronts us all is: how can a holy and righteous God ever be reconciled to unholy and unrighteous sinners? How can I ever be put right with God? How can the holy One who inhabits eternity ever be righteously reconciled to me, a judgment-deserving sinner? by Ian Hamilton "OUR GREATEST NEED" […]

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Date May 19, 2003
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Paul is picturing two men here. There is Adam and there is Christ. It is as if there are only two men in the whole cosmos, Adam and Christ. And all these two men do, they do for those they represent. They are representative heads, they are covenant heads. And what Adam does, he does […]

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Date May 19, 2003
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The Times announced on Saturday April 12 2003 that Dr Rowan Williams, the newly appointed Archbishop of Canterbury of avowedly modernist convictions had been invited by the National Evangelical Anglican Congress to attend their conference in Blackpool in September and speak to them. The following address was given at a Conference of the British Evangelical […]

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Date May 14, 2003
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Let us teach our people that if they do not agree with the prayer, let them keep silent, but if they agree then let them at the close say loudly, Amen! by Stuart Olyott 1. Our theme is public prayer. Public and private are intimately linked. If you do not pray in private but pray […]

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Date May 14, 2003
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Mark Johnson of Grove Chapel, Camberwell, and the Opening Sermon of the Conference: "To the Praise of His Glorious Grace." Ephesians 1:12 Out of the many contentious issues the church wrestles with is the question of what is the church and why does she exists? She is in an identity crisis. There are mission statements […]

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Date May 14, 2003
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Dr. SINCLAIR FERGUSON: "THE MINISTRY OF RECONCILIATION." RECONCILIATION (1) by Dr Sinclair Ferguson Our subject is reconciliation, its meaning, message and ministry. How important in a conference like this to concentrate of the Lord Jesus and his ministry. It is possible to go to the gospels and to preach systematically but to major on the […]

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Date May 6, 2003
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As Femi preaches on Acts and Romans and Galatians and Ephesians, the Albanian church will be confronted by Pauls testimony on every page. It will take huge grace for the church to grasp and to apply Pauls words. by Stephen Rees, Grace Baptist Church, Stockport, Manchester. It was 4 am when we left the house […]

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Date May 6, 2003
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His body broken and his blood poured out for our salvation. And as He gives Himself and all the benefits of His sufferings and death to us, we in turn give ourselves to Him, singing, "Here Lord I give myself away, ’tis all that I can do. by William H Smith "I have to go […]

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Date April 28, 2003
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Historical judgments are unavoidable. Whether they rest upon personal biases, or ideology, or faith, everyone makes evaluations of history, historical figures and the direction of nations by Dr. Schultz “History is just a way of separating the good guys from the bad guys:” That’s what I sometimes tell my students, and they like this practical […]

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Date April 28, 2003
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Maggie Paton’s letters ought to be read alongside Paton’s autobiography. James Paton wrote that he was eager to publish these letters because "they present another picture of mission life and experiences in the New Hebrides from that portrayed in the now famous Autobiography of her husband by Joel Beeke The story of John Gibson Paton […]

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Date April 28, 2003
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God sometimes sovereignly makes examples of some of His people so that all of His people may lead exemplary lives all of the time by William Harrell Most preachers and Bible teachers consistently modify any reference to the fear of God by saying that since perfect love casts out fear, such fear must imply reverence […]

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Date April 24, 2003
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