Showing posts from July, 2022

The Life Everlasting: A People Glorified, A Promise to Keep

Benefitting From the Table of Christ

What Does It Mean to be Truly Reformed? Part 1

Susanna and Cornelia Teelinck – Inspiring Courage and Faith During the Dutch Reformation

Presbyterians and the American Revolution: The first American colonies

God is Immutable

The Sufficiency of Scripture

Forgiving Others in Grace

Do then the bread and wine become the very body and blood of Christ?

Presbyterians and the American Revolution: John Knox and the Scottish Reformation

The Testimony and Martyrdom of ANNE ASKEW

Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon

The Blessing of the Confession and Catechisms

Godly Womanhood: 'Mary King'

Presbyterians and the American Revolution: The Seeds of Revolution in Calvin's Thought

C.H. Spurgeon: 'An Angel Encampment'

Johannes Theodorus van der Kemp – An Unconventional Missionary

Spiritual Growth by A. W. Pink, Part 19

What rules are to be observed for the right understanding of the ten commandments?

Presbyterians and the American Revolution

C.H. Spurgeon: 'God With Us'