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Twelve Sorts of Self-deceived Hypocrites

Twelve Sorts of Self-deceived Hypocrites

Jospeh Alleine (1634-1668) was an English Puritan that earnestly sought to convince the unconverted of their need for Christ. He plead with obvious sinners and also those who might “pass for good Christians” but who had not yet been truly converted. Below are the...
Luther on Free Will

Luther on Free Will

I frankly confess that, for myself, even if it could be, I should not want “free-will” to be given me, nor anything to be left in my own hands to enable me to endeavour after salvation; not merely because in face of so many dangers, and adversities and...
St. Patrick’s Confident Message in Dark Times

St. Patrick’s Confident Message in Dark Times

Saint Patrick was an important 5th century missionary to Ireland. Even as civilization seemed to be collapsing as the Romans evacuated Britain and pagans from Ireland, Scotland, and Germany began to raid and invade, Patrick was advancing forward with the gospel. He...
Calvin on Preaching

Calvin on Preaching

“If any man speak, let him speak as the oracles of God…” (1 Peter 4:11) Here is the supreme power with which pastors of the Church, by whatever name they are called, should be invested— namely, to dare all boldly for the word of God, compelling all the virtue, glory,...
Making Resolutions (with God’s Help)

Making Resolutions (with God’s Help)

Many Americans will be making “New Year’s Resolutions” this week and most of them will be broken before the month’s end. That does not mean resolutions should never be made. It only proves that men are powerless to improve their lives without God’s help. Jonathan...
1623 Thanksgiving Proclamation

1623 Thanksgiving Proclamation

To all ye Pilgrims: Inasmuch as the great Father has given us this year abundant harvest of Indian corn, wheat, peas, beans, squashes, and garden vegetables, and has made the forests to abound with game and the sea with fish and clams, and inasmuch as he has protected...