Wesley vs. Whitfield: Brothers in Conflict. By Tony Cooke George Whitfield: During a July 2005 trip to England, I was able to visit to John Wesley’s house and chapel (as well as his grave). A few months before that, I also was privileged to visit the grave of George Whitfield in Newburyport, Massachusetts. A casual... Continue Reading →
Musanze on a typical morning. I've been living in this small town for the last 8 weeks of my clinical internship. It is beautiful town despite the cold, all-year-round rainy season. It is located in the mountainous Northern Province of Rwanda. It was my first time to live in this place and will certainly not... Continue Reading →
“In what sense could it be said of us that we follow Christ if there is no cross bearing in our lives?” ~ DA Carson
Philippians 2:3 "Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves." There is a plethora of evidences that our world is under the curse of the devil. We live in the "Me, Me, Me" age and era. Ironically, some folks utilize such as a... Continue Reading →
We’re Not Alone!
Philippians 1:19 KJV For I know that this shall turn to my salvation through your prayer, and the supply of the Spirit of Jesus Christ. Life is a battle field. Trials, problems, and temptations spring from every corner. It's comforting to know that we are not alone. We can count on the prayers of the... Continue Reading →
Tozer on Justice!
"A simpler and more familiar solution for the problem of how God can be just and still justify the unjust is found in the Christian doctrine of redemption. It is that, through the work of Christ in atonement, justice is not violated but satisfied when God spares a sinner. Redemptive theology teaches that mercy does... Continue Reading →
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