Seek and You Shall Find

 Sanctification means intense concentration on God’s point of view. It means every power of body, soul, and spirit is chained and kept for God’s purpose only. It will cause an intense narrowing of all our interests on earth, and an immense broadening of all our interests in God. Are we prepared for God to do all in us that He separated us for? The reason some of us have not entered into the experience of sanctification is that we have not realized its meaning from God’s standpoint. Sanctification means being made one with Jesus so that the disposition that ruled Him will rule us. Jesus has prayed that we might be one with Him as He is one with the Father. The one and only characteristic of the Holy Spirit in a person is a strong family likeness to Jesus Christ and freedom from everything that is unlike Him. –  Oswald Chambers

 What you are when you are alone with God, that you are – and nothing more.  You may make a great show of love and faith in church, singing like Pavarotti or attracting the masses to your profound Sunday school lectures.  But if there is no private communion between you and Jesus – frequent and deep communion – then your religion is worthless. – Kris Lundgaard

 

To proclaim the truths of Scripture as reiterated in the 16th century Reformation that salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, as revealed in the Scripture alone to the glory of God alone.

 

 answeringenesis

Answers in Genesis is an apologetics (i.e., Christianity-defending) ministry, dedicated to enabling Christians to defend their faith and to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ effectively. We focus particularly on providing answers to questions surrounding the book of Genesis, as it is the most-attacked book of the Bible.

 

The purpose of the site is to equip Christians with the truth, to expose the error of false religious systems, evolution, atheism, secularism, etc., and also to teach apologetics, help Christians defend the faith, and glorify the Lord Jesus

 

Do you have a question about God, Jesus, the Bible, or theology?
Have you ever needed help understanding a Bible verse or passage?
Are there any spiritual issues in your life for which you need advice or counsel?

 

OLD and NEW TESTAMENT RESOURCES
LINKS TO HUNDREDS OF CONSERVATIVE RESOURCES
SERMONS, COMMENTARIES, DEVOTIONALS, ILLUSTRATIONS

Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible

Originally written in 1706, Matthew Henry’s six volume Complete Commentary provides an exhaustive look at every verse in the Bible. 

Geneva Study Bible

Originally printed in 1560, believers can read the Scripture along with study assistance unashamedly rooted in the theology of Calvin, Luther, Zwingli, and other Reformation leaders.

ESV STUDY BIBLE

ESVBible.org is a key part of Crossway’s ESV Digital initiative. It is a powerful and convenient tool providing access to the ESV Bible and other resources for understanding and applying God’s Word to life.

Users can sign up for a free account, where they customize their own interface, highlight and share verses, add bookmarks, search the ESV text, and manage personal notes. A variety of daily reading plans and devotional calendars are also available.

The Treasury of David (Psalm)

This seven volume “magnum opus”, by Charles H. Spurgeon, was first published in weekly installments over a twenty-year span in the London Metropolitan Tabernacle’s periodical, The Sword and the Trowel. As each section was completed it was published as a volume until the seventh and final volume was released in 1885.

John Calvin’s Bible Commentary

It would not be possible for me too earnestly to press upon you the importance of reading the expositions of that prince among men, John Calvin!… – CH Spurgeon

Introductions to Every Book of the Bible by Dr John MacArthur

Each Book has a brief discussion of: Title, Author and Date, Background and Setting, Historical and Theological Themes, Interpretive Challenges and an Outline by Chapter and Verse. Very useful overview of each book.

 

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