CHRISTIANS Reflect Inwardly: “May I Believe”

You know who Jesus is, and you believe him to be the Son of God, the Saviour of men. You are sure that “he is able to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him.” You have no doubt about those eternal truths which surround his Godhead, his birth, his life, his death, his resurrection, and his Second Advent. The doubt is concerning yourself personally—“If I may be a partaker of this salvation.”

CHRISTIANS Saved Through Faith

The way of salvation has always been the same. No man has ever been saved by his good works. The way by which the just have lived has always been the way of faith. There has not been the slightest advance upon this truth; it is established and settled, ever the same, like the God who uttered it. The Bible describes faith as being neither blind nor illogical. Faith can give you stability now and a reliable hope for the future.


The failure to put faith in Jesus Christ is not a mere misfortune, it is a sin, a grievous sin, an appalling sin, a damning sin. “He that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.” (1901 ASV) ...
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PROTECTION FROM FEAR AND DOUBT: Ways to Deal with Doubts About God

Andrews helps the reader to understand the biases, assumptions, and shortcomings supporting Agnostic Bart D. Ehrman's arguments. Using sound reason, scholarly exegesis, and the Historical-Grammatical method of interpretation, as well as New Testament textual criticism, these scholars help both churchgoer/Bible students, as well as scholars, overcome the teachings of biblical errancy that Ehrman propagates. All of this is done in many easy-to-read and understand publications, several of which are mentioned here in this book.

You of Little Faith, Why Did You Doubt?

Peter had experienced so much in the first two years. Jesus had healed the mother-in-law of Peter. He had sat through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. Repeatedly, Peter saw that Jesus was truly the long-awaited Messiah. As each month passed, Peter’s imperfections, such as his impulsive behavior, as well as his fear and doubt, certainly gave way to faith and trust to a degree. Peter was even privileged to be one of the chosen twelve apostles! Still, Peter had not yet conquered his fear and doubt, as he would soon learn.

How Are We to Understand Faith Without Works is Dead?

The apostle Paul said, “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved." (Ac 16:31) Does James contradict this? “Even so faith, if it has no works, is dead in itself,” wrote the disciple James. .... “For as the body apart from the spirit is dead, so also faith apart from works is dead." (James 2:26) Do Paul and James disagree on Justification by Faith Alone?

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