The fear of God is lacking in our nation today and the wrath of God is treated as if it’s a myth.  This sermon by John MacArthur is worthy of your time.

All 42 Episodes of My Romans Bible Study (in HD) Are Now Available On Youtube – You will find all of Michael Kruger’s lessons through Romans helpful.

How to Identify Idioms in the ESV and NASB – If you use Logos Bible Software, you need to checkout their helpful articles and tips regarding how to efficiently use their powerful software.

You Need Your Church –  I found this statement helpful in this article, “I can’t live this faith on my own. It’s too hard. I’m too bad. I’m too easily flustered, angered, annoyed, weak, and wearied. I am too likely to lose all sense of what’s important. God, in His goodness, knew that we would need each other.”

Gossip Says More About Me – “Gossip is tasty to its speakers and hearers.”

2017 G3 Conference – If you’re planning to attend the historic Reformation 500 G3 Conference in January, it would be good to reserve your seat this weekend.  Sunday is the final day to register at the current rates before prices increase on August 22nd.

Theology Word of the Week: Foreknowledge

Foreknowledge. A biblical term (from Greek prognōsis) that literally means “to know in advance.” Some theologians view foreknowledge as referring to God’s selective choice of individuals or groups of people with whom to enter into a loving relationship. Foreknowledge understood in this sense is more than simply knowing events in advance of their happening (although this may be included) because the Scriptures seem to use the term in a more relational than chronological sense. Thus the foreknowledge of God involves God’s favorable disposition to certain people, even before they existed. [1]


  1. Sinclair B. Ferguson and J.I. Packer, New Dictionary of Theology (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2000), 58.