Dear Daughters & YBW: I am writing this letter from the Gospel Light Bible Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas. I trust that you are doing well.
“Salvation causes us to step out of sin’s slavery into security with Christ.” – Selected
The first step in turning our “shame back to glory” is accepting Christ as our Saviour. If you have not done so already, please hear what my friend, Daniel Whyte III, has to say about this important subject. God has used him to see thousands come to know Christ as Saviour, and he can help …
Most Christians believe that the primary purpose of salvation is to avoid hell. That may have been what you were taught, but it’s not what the Bible teaches. In fact, that kind of thinking serves to inoculate people from the truth of the Gospel concerning salvation.
She stepped into the pitch-dark room, illuminated only by eerie flames, as the sound of moans and shrieks rose over the ominous music. A hooded figure, dressed in black, leapt from the darkness to hiss in her ear.
by Steve Gallagher We all know the expression: “But for the grace of God there go I.” It typically wells up within some grateful believer’s heart when he sees a drunk staggering down the street or some such scene. Although I appreciate the gratitude and humility being expressed, I’ve come to dislike this statement.
by Samuel L. Madison Within minutes of talking to an individual about his or her salvation experience, I can usually tell whether such a person is biblically saved and trusting in the grace of God for salvation, or is still lost in his sins and trusting in good works to save him.
It is a horrible tragedy that unsaved people go to church every Sunday, and they are never given a chance to get saved. What a sin it is for any preacher to not make every effort to win the people who come to hear him preach.