C. H. Spurgeon’s
With Scripture Proofs
C. H. Spurgeon
Heir of the Puritans
I am persuaded that the use of a good Catechism in all our families will be a great safeguard against the increasing errors of the times, and therefore I have compiled this little manual from the Westminster Assembly’s and Baptist Catechisms, for the use of my own church and congregation. Those who use it in their families or classes must labour to explain the sense; but the words should be carefully learned by heart, for they will be understood better as years pass.
May the Lord bless my dear friends and their families evermore, is
the prayer of their loving Pastor.
C. H. Spurgeon
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For 50 years, cartoonist Charles Schultz gave us pictures of ourselves wrapped in a smile. One of the last strips I clipped from our Sunday paper showed Snoopy the dog sitting on top of his doghouse with a typewriter, writing about his life. He titled his story . . .
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Safe & Secure: The Permanence of Salvation
by Mart De Haan
Can you lose your salvation? Can the belief of “once saved always saved” be biblically supported?
When God saves a person, He gives an irrevocable relationship with a Savior who promises to protect by His own power.
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An Angel says, “Never borrow from the future. If you worry about what
may happen tomorrow and it doesn’t happen, you have worried in vain.
Even if it does happen, you have to worry twice.”
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Once there was a man and his family living in a farm community.
He did not believe Jesus being God incarnate. But his wife was a believer and she was raising their children in the way, which is pleasing to the Lord.
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Moses and the 2 to 3 million people were in the desert and God supplied their needs all by Himself.
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It is now the first Sunday of The War. While Congress is yet to formally declare war, President Bush is correct. We are at war; America has been attacked without provocation. Last Sunday, no one could have guessed the horrific week that would unfold shortly after daybreak on Tuesday, September 11. A day that will never be forgotten. Some have likened it to December 7, 1941, the day Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan — an act that brought the United States into World War II. President Roosevelt called that day “a day of infamy.” Indeed it was.
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The Christmases I used to experience growing up were full of playing with my cousins, great food, presents, and trying out all the new stuff. Each year one toy especially captured my imagination whether it was a new bike, or walkie talkies, a board game or some new electronic gadget. I’ll never forget that first new shining green bike with a banana seat, or the Pachinko machine. The Pachinko machine was a Japanese pinball type game where you shot marble-like metal balls strait up into a maze of metal pins with doors that had bells and rewarded you with more metal balls to continue playing. It was loud, and fun and it mesmerized us for hours. And that was basically my Christmas. But where was God in all of it?
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Example 1) When you’ve tried everything and nothing has worked. Do what you should do in the first place. Turn to God. Ask for His help.
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Yet it shall not be so among you; but whoever desires to become great among you, let him be your servant. And whoever desires to be first
among you, let him be your slave.
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