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522253_517228818304880_1644217493_nOur Motto:

902068_10202950144506212_6383755545477767798_o.jpg“Ecclesia reformata semper reformanda est secundum Verbum Dei”

(The church Reformed and always reforming according to the Word of God)

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The purpose of this website is  to equip Christians in the truth by making available the finest classic & contemporary Reformed Theology articles.

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The Call For a New Reformation (Steven J Lawson)

Is Jesus the Only Way? (John MacArthur) (Video)

What Does It Mean To Be Reformed

Miracles for Sale – Darren Brown (Subtitle Indonesia)

The Erosion Of God-Centered Worship

Our Sufficiency in Christ: Bible-Believing Doubters (Indonesian)

Is Jesus the Only Way of Salvation? - R.C.Sproul (Video)

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In Death, A Witness To Life: Kara Tippetts (1976-2015)

Kara Tippetts went to be with her Lord on Sunday, March 22, 2015.

You can read her obituary here.

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Jesus Is A Straight Shooter, For Our Joy

By. Jared C. Wilson

“Only God is capable of telling us what our rights and needs are. You have to surrender that right to Him.”
 Joni Eareckson Tada

And when they could not get near him because of the crowd, they removed the roof above him, and when they had made an opening, they let down the bed on which the paralytic lay. And when Jesus saw their faith, he said to the paralytic, “Son, your sins are forgiven.”
 Mark 2:4-5

What great friends this helpless man had to have gone to such great lengths to get him before Jesus! Ostensibly, they seek his physical healing. And Jesus delivers that, but not at first. Jesus says to the man first, “Your sins are forgiven.”

Why? Is it because the man’s sin was the cause of his paralysis? I don’t think so. Jesus himself speaks against such notions elsewhere (John 9:1-3; Luke 13:4).

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Don’t Track Your Success

By. Bethany L. Jenkins

Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones is a collection of 21 sermons that address the lack of joy in the life of a Christian. One sermon considers the parable “Laborers in the Vineyard” (Matt. 20:1-16), in which all workers are paid the same compensation despite working different amounts of time. In this excerpt, Lloyd-Jones addresses a common problem for many of us at work—the desire to track our success. He even confesses personal struggle in his work. Logic on Fire: The Life and Legacy of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

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Do not keep a record or an account of your work. Give up being bookkeepers. In the Christian life, we must desire nothing but his glory, nothing but to please him. So do not keep your eye on the clock, but keep it on him and his work. Do not keep on recording your work and labor and the extension of his kingdom. Keep your attention on that and on nothing else.

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Rethinking The Reformation

by Cameron Buettel  & Jeremiah Johnson

Evangelicals and Catholics Together?

One significant flashpoint was the development of the Evangelicals and Catholics Together (ECT) document in 1994. That incongruous union was essentially an accord between Evangelicals and Catholics regarding their agreement on various social issues. But much of the twenty-five page document was more about affirming doctrinal similarities, not shared social goals.

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Seeker vs Sinner

seeker-vs-sinnerby Jeremiah Johnson

Does an unregenerate man bear a spark of the divine that draws him to a relationship with God, or is he utterly lost in the total depravity of his sin nature?

While that might seem like an obscure theological question, don’t dismiss it as merely fodder for academic debates. It’s an immensely practical question—with implications for the church and for your own life. And it’s at the heart of the consumer-driven movement in the church, commonly known as seeker sensitivity. Continue reading

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