A Puritan Parable Archbishop Ussher had long wished for the opportunity to meet with Samuel Rutherford, the Scottish Presbyterian preacher. He reckoned that the Scot would not entertain him because he was an Episcopalian Bishop. Therefore while travelling from Ireland through south west Scotland, en route to London, he called at the Manse in AnwothContinue reading “THE ARCHBISHOP AND THE PRESBYTERIAN”
Read and discover how Martin Luther’s father unwittingly set his son on the path to greatness. http://www.justbyfaithalone.net/blog/hans-luthers-pension-plan
Tears are the result of pain and are the expressions of the suffering heart. Yet tears are precious, the proof that we love and care. Days of tears are precious times for learning and discovering.
The Doctrine of the Trinity, rather than being the invention of men, is rooted in New Testament Theology and expounded by all the great Creeds of the Church.
Tears, sorrow, heart broken? A message for you? Click on the link for a brief audio message looking at Mary’s comforter in the Garden. Easter Podcast
“the world is a decrepit, decaying, depraved place and we are all caught up in this river of disaster and human misery.”
A short podcast for Good Friday https://audioboom.com/posts/5811196-the-psalm-of-the-cross-a-short-message-for-good-friday
I came across this quaint rhyme written by John Bunyan. Pastors and Sunday School Teachers may well see the value of this poem when presenting children’s talks on Easter Sunday. “An egg’s no chick by falling from a hen, Nor a man a Christian till he’s born again The egg’s at first contained within theContinue reading ” A Gospel Poem About An Egg – by John Bunyan”
Brief audio message on the validity of baptism as a Sacrament
Paul completes his majestic epistle where he began, with the Gospel, the glory of which is Christ, His person and ministry.