This is our first message in the wonderful book of Philippians! We see three trade marks of the church at Philippi and look at how this church can instruct and encourage us today in the 21st century!
This is our second episode as we continuing exploring the issues of Calvinism/ The Doctrines of Grace. It is our prayer that clarity is brought to the whole issue for many and also that false conceptions are also confronted and corrected. Soli Deo Gloria! http://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/548972889-redeeminggracestudio-common-questions-and-misconceptions-regarding-calvinism-part-2.mp3
In preparation to our study in the book of Philippians, we first go to the 15th chapter of the book of Acts and get some of the context around the beginnings of the church at Philippi.
This concludes our study of the doctrines of Grace. We praise God for faithfulness and power to hold us fast to Himself!
We turn now to the final letter in the TULIP acronym and the “P” stand for “Perseverance of the Saints”. In this sermon we start to look at the beautiful truth that God keeps us and is faithful to finish the work He began in us at conversion. We also take some time to look Read more about The Perseverance of the Saints (part 1)[…]
This is a podcast I recorded with Pastor Ben for the Coram Deo Baptist Church Website. But I so enjoyed talking with Ben about the Doctrines of Grace that I thought it would be good to share it here as well!
As we continue to look at the doctrine of the atonement we must understand what the Scriptures reveal to us. Christ did not make salvation a potential reality, but rather a definite one for those whom the Father had given Him!
As we continue our study of the Doctrines of Grace, we come now to the “I” in our TULIP acronym which stands for Irresistible Grace. We look at John 6 where Jesus teaches how it is that we come to Him.
As we move through the doctrines of grace we come to the “L” in the TULIP acronym. The L stands for “Limited atonement” and so we look at in what sense the atonement is limited. While it is unlimited in it’s sufficiency, we do see that there is a definite group of people that Jesus Read more about What Did Christ Accomplish on the Cross?[…]