We learned in Part 1 that progressive sanctification is the lifelong process of learning to let Christ live His life through us.
As a pastor, I am most concerned about the ongoing sanctification of the congregation God has entrusted to my care.
The apostle Paul, in writing to the church at Thessalonica, speaks of the righteous judgment of God, and being counted worthy of
Will you be at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb? “Yes,” you may reply, “for I am a child of
The doctrines of eternal security and dispensational eschatology – both of which I believe are biblically correct – have been
Lose Now; Save Later. What a tragedy it would be for God’s children to live for themselves now, in this
Save Now; Lose Later. Jesus warned of the possibility of an eternally-secure believer losing his soul at the Judgment Seat
Let’s begin with a “pop” quiz. Multiple choice. Which answer best describes your relationship with the Lord? a. I have
Brethren, give diligence to make your calling and election sure: for if ye do these things ye shall never fall. 2