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Glorification

Glorification is the last step in the golden chain of salvation. Romans 8:29-30 gives us that order. “For whom he did foreknow, he also did predestinate to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brethren. Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom […]

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The Planted Seed Preserved

Our Lord Jesus Christ, during His ministry, taught through many parables, signs and wonders. In the parable of Matthew 13:24-30, Jesus tells us of the farmer that went and planted wheat seed in clean ground. While the farmer was away from the field, an enemy came and sowed tares in the same field. The farmer […]

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Sanctification: A Taste of Heaven

“And Enoch walked with God” (Gen. 5:24). “And Noah walked with God” (6:9). David’s heart was “perfect with the LORD his God” (I Kings 1:14, 9:4). Walking with God with a perfect heart; what a beautiful picture. Our hearts are glad when we read of men who walked with God and kings who did that […]

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That Wonderful Change

In your catechism classes, Young People, you were taught that there are seven different elements in our salvation. First of all, we are by God’s grace caused to be born again, with a new spiritual life.  The title of that work of our God is regeneration.  In the second place we have a calling out […]

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Putting on the New Man

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Jesus Christ, I have agreed to write an article for you on the topic of conversion.  The possibility exists that the reason I was asked to write on this topic was that there is a marked difference between the conversion that we knew at Netherlands Reformed, and the process of […]

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The Faith of God Restored

Before embarking into my thesis on “faith,” I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself.  For approximately thirty years I was employed in the computer field, most of which were in managerial positions, followed by six years as a Baptist preacher.  During my pastorate I was caring for an elderly father who was much […]

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