Donald S. Whitney discusses his book “How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?” and the satisfying certainty of eternal life
In my prayers, I rarely fail to be grateful for God’s saving grace in Christ, but I realized that I seldom thank him for the daily grace that keeps me saved.
The law as a guide to salvation is a terrible taskmaster.
Denying the perseverance of the saints has absolutely devastating consequences.
Our great reward is Christ himself. All believers receive this salvation.
In the Reformation, the very gospel of Jesus Christ was at stake.
We aren’t as concerned with the word “Calvinism” as we are with being faithful to Scripture.
We know who the real king is, and we do not fear the enemy.
We believe there is only one way to heaven. But the good news is that there is a way at all.
Are children responsible for their sins?
For the Christian, death is a homecoming, not an event to be feared.
In the beauty and completeness of God’s Word, Paul and James teach complementary, not contradictory, truths.