The Holy Spirit gives true genuine Christians positive assurance that they are saved, born-again Christians. Yes, but how? We get insight into this from the apostle Paul when he wrote to the “holy ones” in the Christian congregation in Rome, wherein he described…
“Paul began describing his hardships on a positive, exuberant note. The formula praise be to … God derived from the Old Testament (Ps. 41:13), but Paul modified it to express distinctively Christian praise. Not only is God praised, but he is the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.” – Richard L. Pratt Jr.
1 Timothy 1:18 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 18 This charge I am setting before you, child, Timothy, in accordance with the prophecies spoken long ago about
In the New Testament, the word “faith” is translated from the Greek (πιστις) pistis, essentially communicating two different senses: the thought of confidence, trust, firm persuasion, and
THIS is so obvious that it really needs no arguing. It brings no glory to God that his children should be dwarfs. As sunshine and
Many of those who are more or less clear on the three points considered above are far from being so upon this one, and therefore