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1. The purpose of the covenant (vv.1-7): To highly value human life.2. The promise of the covenant (vv. 8-11).3. The sign of the covenant, a rainbow in the clouds (vv.…
1) Do not misplace your confidence in your plan. (13, 14)2) Explore God’s will in your plan. (15)3) Carry out your plan without arrogance. (16, 17)

Who is My Friend?

November 14, 2021
I) Reject the friendship with the worldII) Resolve the friendship with God.

Latest Articles

The Five Solas (Part 5 of 5)

[We remember our Reformation heritage with this final instalment of an article entitled the “Five Solas”. To God alone be the glory.]By Dr. Keith Mathison, Reformation Bible College Soli Deo Gloria Soli Deo gloria is not precisely parallel to the other four solas because in one sense, it is both the beginning and the end …

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The Five Solas (Part 4 of 5)

[We remember our Reformation heritage with this fourth instalment of an article entitled the “Five Solas”. Salvation is in “Christ Alone.] By Dr. Keith Mathison, Reformation Bible College Solus Christus When we discuss the Reformation slogan solus Christus, it is important to understand the precise point of dispute. The Reformers did not reject the Roman …

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The Five Solas (Part 3 of 5)

[We remember our Reformation heritage with this third instalment of an article entitled the “Five Solas”. Salvation is by “Grace Alone.] By Dr. Keith Mathison, Reformation Bible College Sola Gratia In the early fifth century, a theological controversy occurred that would forever shape the thinking of the church. In his Confessions, Augustine of Hippo wrote …

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