Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon (Book Review)

  So I started this well-known devotional about a year ago and honestly, I find it to be the best devotional that I have ever read. Much better than those currently on the market.  Charles Haddon Spurgeon, while he is rendered “The Prince of Preachers”, he is also a fantastic writer. His words are soulContinue reading “Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon (Book Review)”

The Sovereignty of God by A.W Pink (Book Review)

Published in 1918, reformed pastor A.W Pink (1886-1952) explores the neglected, controversial, yet essential topic on the sovereignty of God. I have heard about this book countless times as a classic in theology and up until recently I got to read it.  So here is my review of  The Sovereignty of God. Pink explores differentContinue reading “The Sovereignty of God by A.W Pink (Book Review)”

Remembering J.I Packer (1926-2020) and Knowing God

James Inell Packer, best known as J.I Packer, has gone home to be with the Lord on Friday. He was 93, just 5 days shy of his 94th birthday. The British-born Canadian theologian will be remembered by many as one of the most influential evangelicals of our time and rightly so. Packer’s contribution to theContinue reading “Remembering J.I Packer (1926-2020) and Knowing God”

New Apostolic Reformation terminology. —

Here is the latest article from one of our favourite polemicists, our good friend Rick Becker from the ‘Famine In The Land’ blog. Rick has compiled an extensive list of ‘buzzwords’ originating ‘in the minds of the false apostles and prophets’ that drive the New Apostolic Reformation. Rick Becker writes: The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) […]Continue reading “New Apostolic Reformation terminology. —”

I Am Statements (Part 3)- I Am The Door

“Truly, truly, I say to you, I am the door of the sheep”. – John 10:7 In the third “I am” statement of Christ, we again affirm Jesus making a claim to deity, which is essential for making the statement to begin with. As it is divine, it is authoritative and exclusive. And in thisContinue reading “I Am Statements (Part 3)- I Am The Door”

I Am Statements (part 2)- I am the Light of the World

“I am the light of the world, whoever follows me will not walk in darkness but will have the light of life”. -John 8:12 In this post, we will discuss Jesus’ second I am statement. If you missed the first one, click here. We’re all sinners Despite the Pharisees’ accusations of the adulterous woman asContinue reading “I Am Statements (part 2)- I am the Light of the World”

The Faith Shaped Life by Ian Hamilton (Book Review)

The opening words sets the tone for the book, “the Christian life is a faith-shaped life. Not only is faith the instrument that unites us to Christ, it is the reality that shapes how we live in union with Christ “ Truer words have never been spoken as the rest of the book shows usContinue reading “The Faith Shaped Life by Ian Hamilton (Book Review)”

Justin Peters: The Modern Prophets and Faith Healers Utterly Destroyed by COVID-19

https://youtu.be/ajU5Yc-_UCY Hey all, I recommend this video as it thoroughly exposes these false teachers. If anything , this pandemic puts all their doctrines to death. While some of the things were here are unsurprising, there’s some stuff there that will make you angry. The last thing people need in a pandemic is more heresy andContinue reading “Justin Peters: The Modern Prophets and Faith Healers Utterly Destroyed by COVID-19”

The Christians writer’s manual of style by Robert Hudson (book review)

This book is a reference book if anything, split up like an encyclopedia so you can find what appeals to your interest. It is compatible with other books on writing such as the Chicago Manual of Style. The difference here is that this book further touches on religious publications. Many guidelines are featured here suchContinue reading “The Christians writer’s manual of style by Robert Hudson (book review)”

“Once For All” – A Good Friday Devotional Amid COVID-19

On this Good Friday, April 10, 2020, things are quite different than usual for obvious reasons. This weekend will be different for the church as we are still not able to meet because of COVID-19. I couldn’t help but think about the Easter plays and choir presentations that will not be taking place this year.Continue reading ““Once For All” – A Good Friday Devotional Amid COVID-19″