• Friday’s Featured Sermon: “How Christian Freedom Works”

    John MacArthur,

    This post was first published during April 2019. –ed. The whole world is in love with the idea of freedom. Advertisers, songwriters, and movie producers relentlessly remind us that our lives are afflicted by too much restraint. And the remedy they peddle is always freedom: financial freedom, more free time, freedom from poor health, freedom from boredom, … Continued

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    Liberty, Knowledge and Sin

    John MacArthur,

    This series was first published during September 2014. –ed. First Corinthians 8 is Paul’s response to a gray-area question dividing the church at Corinth. Paul doesn’t simply give the Corinthians a “yes” or “no” answer to their questions about eating meat sacrificed to idols. He helps them think through the purpose of their liberty and the … Continued

  • Kind of “judgy” Jesus! – Divorce Minister

    David Derksen,

    You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies. -John 8:44, NIV … Continue reading "Kind of “judgy” Jesus!"

  • Setting Aside Your Liberty

    John MacArthur,

    This series was first published during September 2014. –ed. Exercising our freedom must never come at the cost of offending another brother or sister in Christ. The principle of love demands that, whenever necessary, we willingly sacrifice our liberty for the sake of protecting each other. That is Paul’s theme in 1 Corinthians 8. In … Continued

  • Liberty, Knowledge and Sin

    John MacArthur,

    This series was first published during September 2014. –ed. First Corinthians 8 is Paul’s response to a gray-area question dividing the church at Corinth. Paul doesn’t simply give the Corinthians a “yes” or “no” answer to their questions about eating meat sacrificed to idols. He helps them think through the purpose of their liberty and the … Continued

  • Liberty, Knowledge and Conscience

    John MacArthur,

    This series was first published during September 2014. –ed. When God’s Word doesn’t address an aspect of life—whether it’s an activity, entertainment, or some other experience—how do believers know what they can and can’t do? The Corinthian church had the luxury of asking the apostle Paul for help with some of the gray areas they … Continued

  • Liberty, Knowledge and Love

    John MacArthur,

    This series was first published during September 2014. –ed. God’s Word does not give us detailed instructions for every aspect of Christian life. Believers are frequently confronted with situations, questions, and decisions that Scripture says nothing about. God’s people have been set free from the Old Testament law, but that freedom leaves us with a … Continued

  • The Limits of Liberty

    John MacArthur,

    Scripture is clear and understandable, but it’s not exhaustive. Throughout the history of the church, believers have faced countless issues that God’s Word is silent about. While the Old Testament law provided detailed instructions and restrictions for most areas of life, believers today are not bound by God’s covenant with Israel—we’ve been set free in Christ. … Continued

  • Legalists and Libertines

    John MacArthur,

    This series was first published during September 2014. -ed. How do believers navigate life’s gray areas? When it comes to activities, amusements, or anything else God’s Word does not specifically address, how should conscientious Christians determine what they can and can’t do? While the gray areas themselves might vary over time or by location, the … Continued

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