Tag Archives: Conversion

God Working Before My Eyes

As Jay approached the question, “Would you like to invite Christ into your life right now?” I prayed in my heart to the Lord for Mack. Surely Mack wouldn’t agree to this. He had never responded to any of my gospel oriented conversations (later, he told me that he didn’t even remember any of those conversations). But, amazingly, when Jay asked this question, Mack said “Yes.” Continue reading

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A Summary of the Gospel – by Jeremiah Burroughs

“The Gospel of Christ in general is this:  It is the good tidings that God has revealed concerning Christ.  More largely it is this: As all mankind was lost in Adam and became the children of wrath, put under the … Continue reading

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Jonathan Edwards, “Religious Affections”

The Place of Affection in the Christian Life The holy Scriptures do everywhere place religion very much in the affection; such as fear, hope, love, hatred, desire, joy, sorrow, gratitude, compassion, and zeal. – 20 From a vigorous affectionate, and … Continue reading

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Great Quotes from the book Religious Affections by Jonathan Edwards

On Religious Affections: The holy scriptures do everywhere place religion very much in the affection; such as fear, hope, love, hatred, desire, joy, sorrow, gratitude, compassion, and zeal.  (20) From a vigorous, affectionate, and fervent love to God will necessarily … Continue reading

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Evangelism

When one considers the area of apologetics (the defense of the Christian faith), the three learning domains need to be kept in mind. The whole person is made up of mind, emotion and will. Apologetical approaches should consider the force … Continue reading

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