By: Pr. Matt Richard Why are some saved and not others? This is one of the questions that was and continues to be at the center of controversy surrounding the doctrine of predestination. However, it must be noted that the stated question is not a single question, but two separate questions. For example: 1) Why […]

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By: Pr. Matt Richard The doctrine of predestination belongs to the Gospel, not the Law. Whenever the scripture uses the term of election, some 70 times, it is applied only to the believing Christian. Therefore, if the hearer finds himself reacting¬†negatively to the doctrine of predestination or if he finds himself in doubt, his ears […]

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By: Rev. Matthew Richard Our will is not free my friends. When I say that we don’t have a free will though, I am not saying that our will is bound in the things of everyday life. In other words, I am not saying that you have a bound will when it comes to what […]

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By: Rev. Matthew Richard Have you heard of the Keswick Movement? No? I bet you have. You can tell that Keswick theology has impacted you and others when you hear a Christian ‘testimony’ like this: I was saved when I was nine years old, and I yielded to Christ when I was nineteen. Did you […]

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