Salvation

Too often the idea of ‘good works’ has been the Cinderella of Reformed discussion. Wanting (quite rightly) to distance ourselves from any kind of meritorious implications attached to them (which lies at the heart of the Roman Catholic view) we have perhaps over-corrected our stance to our own loss...
As heirs of the Reformation, we rightly champion salvation by grace alone. If God was not gracious to us we would have no hope. The simplest definition of grace is: favor extended where wrath is deserved.
Ben Ciavolella
As Spurgeon once said, "Nobody ever did perish trusting in Jesus"
Watch out: By vehemently opposing one error, you may fall into another.
He surely saw him from the boat. The Lord watched the erratic and unstable demoniac who was as unruly as the storm he had recently silenced. The man’s appearance alone made him an imposing figure against the otherwise peaceful shores of the Garasenes. One can’t help but wonder if the disciples...
Die to self through the power of your crucified Savior.
Augustus Montague Toplady was one of the many young people who turned to Christ through the ministry of John Wesley. He was also one of the many who called Wesley out on his departure from the teachings of the Reformed confessions.
Adoption can be a confusing and often neglected doctrine. Thankfully, one 17th century writer makes it plain for the rest of us.
Katherine Parr (1512-1548) is often remembered as the only wife of King Henry VIII who survived the marriage (the previous five were either beheaded or divorced). But she was much more than that. She was an important writer and a major player in the English Reformation.
Our free resource for August comes from the Alliance Teaching Series: Discipleship . Listen to J.I. Packer, Sinclair Ferguson, Mark Dever, and more!