In the fullness of time, God will unite all things in heaven and on earth in Christ, and that will be the most beautiful and perfect thing to behold in eternity! God has ordained this from eternity past, and his plan is perfect. The result of this plan is “everything is beautiful in its […]
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On April 20, 1996, the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals (ACE) met in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and issued a document called “The Cambridge Declaration.”Â In this document, the ACE callsÂ all evangelicals “to turn away from the worldly methods it has come to embrace, and to recover the Biblical doctrines of the Reformation.” ANG KAPAHAYAGANG CAMBRIDGE PART 1 – […]
The following is excerpted from an article I wrote back on June 22, 2011. Â§ A man and wife asleep in bed, She hears a noise and turns her head he’s gone. I wish we’d all been ready. Two men walking up a hill, One disappears and one’s left standing still. I wish we’d all […]
This is evidence of the righteous judgment of God, that you may be considered worthy of the kingdom of God, for which you are also sufferingâ€”6 since indeed God considers it just to repay with affliction those who afflict you, 7 and to grant relief to you who are afflicted as well as to us, […]
Download PDF article Most evangelicals believe that the nation Israel today continues to be God’s chosen people. This is why they would always support the policies of Israel, believing that they have to lest God’s curse descend on them. But is this what Holy Scripture teaches? Let us look at what the Bible actually […]
Scripture Readings: Psalm 95:1-11 (text); Exodus 17:1-7; Hebrews 3:7-11 * May 4, 2014 * Pasig and Trinity Covenant Reformed Church Download this sermon (PDF) Introduction Beloved Congregation of Christ: For many evangelicals, liturgy is one of those Roman Catholic leftovers in a few liberal churches, while “led by the Spirit” is their pride. They […]
“They are not all saints who use holy water.” (English proverb) Most unbelievers, when invited to come to church by their relatives or friends, will balk saying, “I don’t like going to church. It’s full of hypocrites.” Worse, even some people who claim to be Christians agree. But is it true that the church […]
James J. Cassidy, pastor of Calvary Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Ringoes, New Jersey, has written a post at the Reformed Forum after he attended a recent lecture by John Piper at Westminster Theological Seminary. He praises Piper for being a “passionate, learned, articulate, and just right” preacher and scholar. Piper compares the so-called “newÂ Calvinism” popularized […]
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This gospel united all those 3,000 who believed into one â€œbody and one Spirit… one hope… one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all.” They started speaking one language, as it were, the language of salvation in Christ Jesus alone.
Just as the Lord called Moses, Aaron and the congregation to worship him on the eighth day, he calls you today on the first day of the week to worship him. Your sin offering to God is not a sacrificial animal, but it is Christ who offered his own body and body to atone for your sins. Your â€œwhole burnt offeringsâ€ are your lives consecrated to the service of God as living sacrifices after you have heard God’s Word read and preached to you. And your â€œgrain offeringsâ€ are your prayers, songs and readings of thanksgiving to God all throughout the worship service.