Eternal Approach


October 2019

Every Person is Religious

Canal Fulton Church View

Every man is religious.

Even the self-declared secularist is religious.

Even the atheist.

They just refuse to recognize that their philosophy is a religion.

That is why we are in the midst of a religious war. Even if it only has the appearance of a “cold war”, it is still a raging battle.

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Faith is Based Upon Specific Words

Haceta Lighthouse

So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God.” (Romans 10:17)

There is a dangerous current of unbelief that flows beneath the surface of our churches.

Specifically, questioning the straight-forward words that God has said. Which are the specific written words God has preserved in the scriptures.

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The Total Sufficiency of Christ

Berea Fountain

All that we have spoken of in this site is based upon the foundation of Christ’s sufficiency.

Our salvation depends entirely upon His completed and totally-sufficient work on the cross.

Which is what distinguishes the true gospel from the countless counterfeit gospels that exist in the world. Making faith in Christ alone, by faith alone, by grace alone the separating distinctives from every false gospel.

But that is only the beginning of the matter.

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Take Up Your Cross: A New Man

Morning Dock Silvercreek

And he said to them all, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me.” (Luke 9:23)

This is one of the most misunderstood concepts of the Christian life.

Because it is usually taught as some self-imposed pain or burden that the Christian is to put upon himself. Or some regimen of duty and responsibility we must undertake to follow the Lord.

Instead, this is about a growing understanding that a Christian must learn about himself and his relation to sin. It is all about what the Lord has already accomplished for him.

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