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    10 Benefits All New Covenant Members Enjoy

    The following is a short excerpt from a sermon on Isaiah 54:10 preached by 17th Century Baptist, Benjamin Keach (1640-1704). In this sermon he lays out the benefits of the New Covenant to all its members. Here are ten such benefits. All words below are from Mr. Keach: Therefore, in this Covenant, we do not […]

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    Prepare Him Room

    By Allen S. Nelson IV It’s Christmas Eve. In one sense, the heart of Christmas is the heart. Your heart and mine. What I mean is, Christ came to overthrow the tyranny of Satan that enslaved us and to overcome our own rebellious hearts that we would enter His kingdom. It’s why Isaac Watts wrote […]

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    Easier for a Camel Review

    Easier for a Camel: Andrew Fuller’s View of Man’s Absolute Dependence on Grace. Tom Nettles. Conway, AR: Free Grace Press, 2019. By Jordan A. Senécal The last few decades have seen an increased interest in the “indefatigable and fearless” Andrew Fuller (p. 16), a “key thinker among the Particular Baptists of England” (p. 41). As […]

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    The Golden Chain of Redemption

    By Allen S. Nelson IV Romans 8:28 is one of the most precious verses of Scripture to believers. And it is inseparable from Romans 8:29-30 which reminds us that God’s plan is an eternal one. 28 And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are […]

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    Cheap Grace: Bonhoeffer and the Cost of Discipleship

    As followers of Christ and members of his church, we must affirm that there is, in fact, a real and present enemy at work souring God’s beautiful song of salvation. This enemy, though restrained, runs rampant in pulpits across America and beyond – singing a song of its own, threatening all who lend an ear to its sweet and […]

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    The Baptist Confession on Oaths

    by Robert Gonzales Jr. In the 17th century, certain sects of Christendom, such as the Anabaptists and, later, the Quakers, denied the legitimacy of taking oaths or making vows. The teaching of chapter 23 of the 1689 Baptist Confession was designed to clarify the meaning and confirm the lawfulness of oaths and vows when properly used. […]

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