Infinite, Eternal and Unchangable in Justice
by Dr. Robert Reymond
This morning we take up the Catechism’s statement that our God is just or, what is virtually the same thing, righteous—infinitely, eternally, and unchangeable so. What does this mean according to Holy Scripture?
STUDY: The repentant woman.
By Achile Bourquin
In this week's Gospel reading, Luke 7:36-50, an immoral woman repents of her sin and comes to Jesus seeking forgiveness. Scripture quotations are taken from the New American Standard Bible.
Equipping the Saints
Every Christian deserves to know that this promise is for him. The doctrines of TULIP are the only logical, Biblical explanation of how lost sinners become eternally secure saints.
These devotions are not meant to be read at one sitting, which will explain the many redundancies you will find.
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