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He Will Hold Me Fast – Keith and Kristyn Getty

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Review of Exploring Christian Theology, Volume Two

  In Exploring Christian Theology, Volume Two: Creation, Fall and Salvation, Editors Nathan D. Holsteen and Michael J. Svigel discuss two fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith: the fall of man and salvation. The authors begin with a brief overview … Continue reading

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He Is Risen!

Redeemer Eternal Life Sacrifice Undefiled Ransom Reconciled to God Empty Tomb Calvary Three Crosses I AM the Resurrection and the Life Once and For All No More Death

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The Savior’s Last Words–Part VII

It is nearly over. Jesus has been on the cross for six hours. He has suffered the humiliation of man and the separation from God. The appointed work of salvation is finished. The law is satisfied. The substitute is accepted. … Continue reading

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The Savior’s Last Words–Part VI

It is three o’clock in the afternoon and time for the final sacrifice. Just as the blade is laid across the Passover lamb, a cry rents the air, “It is finished!” (John 19:30). This cry comes from the unlikeliest of … Continue reading

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The Savior’s Last Words–Part I

The final words uttered by a dying person are often of great significance. Never has this been more true than in the case of the Lord Jesus. Consider this: Jesus has been beaten beyond recognition. He has been spat upon. … Continue reading

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An Important Question by Pastor John Samson

Pastor John, I was greatly troubled in a service recently when the preacher said that unless each person could identify the specific day that they prayed “the sinner’s prayer” they were not converted. He then said that if in fact … Continue reading

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