But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

Apologetic Report - Proclaiming The Gospel

It is a great privilege to answer the call of God to be His ambassadors. Indeed, there is no greater honor then to represent our Holy God by proclaiming His glorious Gospel for the forgiveness of sin. By God's grace we can be a vessel for honor, sanctified, and useful to the Master, prepared for...

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Why Do Catholics continue on an altar what Jesus finished on the cross? God the Father has given us a High Priest, who is holy, innocent, undefiled, separated from sinners and exalted above the heavens (Heb. 7:26), By the one offering of Himself, He has made perfect forever those who are being...

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What is the anchor of your soul? For every born again Christian, it is Christ in you, the hope of glory (Col. 1:27). This hope we have is the anchor of the soul, a hope both sure and steadfast (Heb. 6:18). Our hope of eternal life with Christ is as unchangeable and immovable as the character of God...

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Thursday, 23 February 2017 23:35

The Purity of the Gospel

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There was an important principle I quickly learned when I worked at Cape Kennedy, Florida in the early ’70’s. When space crafts re-enter the earths atmosphere, the angle of re-entry must be precisely correct. If the re-entry angle is not correct the space ship will either skip off the...

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INTRODUCTION:

The first prophecy in the Bible regarding Christ is in Genesis 3:15. It is an amazing text. Not only is the text ancient but it foretells Christ ending the power of Satan. Scholars call this the “protoevangelium” or “the first mention of the Gospel.”

Genesis 3:15...

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Wednesday, 15 February 2017 12:40

Can Mary Be the Co-Redeemer?

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The title of Redeemer is possibly the most precious title of Jesus Christ among His people. It reminds the child of God that his/her salvation has been purchased at the greatest of all costs, the shed blood of God’s perfect man and man’s perfect God. It was the Lord Jesus, not Mary, who...

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Wednesday, 15 February 2017 12:40

Can Mary Be the Co-Redeemer?

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The Marian Association has requested “Pope Francis to grant public recognition and honor to the role of the Blessed Virgin Mary as ‘co-redemptrix with Jesus the redeemer'” during the Fatima observance in May. I

The title of Redeemer is possibly the most precious title of Jesus...

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Tuesday, 14 February 2017 09:04

Why So Many Denominations?

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If the Holy Spirit has sealed every believer at moment of belief, how can people of different denominations all read the same Bible but interpret it so differently? Since we have the same spirit should we not have same conclusion? Jesus founded one church, not many denominations. In fact, He...

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Saturday, 11 February 2017 07:27

Why So Passionate for Truth?

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I am often asked how I developed such a passion for the truth. I believe it’s because I never read the Bible or knew the truth of God’s Word until I was 34 years old. Since I did not know the truth, I was easily deceived by my religion and I wanted to make sure that I would never be...

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Paul didn’t make the Gospel easy to believe in order to suit those trapped in religious deception. He exalted Christ as the all-sufficient Savior and stripped man of all self-reliance, self-righteousness and self-esteem. Paul knew the true Gospel would provoke the wrath of wicked men and...

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Thursday, 19 January 2017 05:01

Apostolic or Apostate

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Is the Roman Catholic Church the one true church founded by the Lord Jesus Christ, or an apostate church that has departed from the faith of the apostles? This question had a very clear-cut answer 500 years ago when the Reformers were set free from religious deception by the truth of God's Word....

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image Yes, but the likelihood of any born-again Christian remaining in the Catholic Church long term is slim. Upon justification, the Holy Spirit begins the process of sanctification in every new believer. This will ultimately lead a believer out of a false church and to worship God in Spirit and truth...

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Thursday, 29 December 2016 02:46

Our Royal Privilege

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By God’s sovereign grace and by His enabling power, we are praising Him for the work He accomplished through us in 2016. But now we press forward, knowing there are many who need to hear the pure and glorious Gospel of Christ. We are reminded that, although salvation is a sovereign work of...

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it is fascinating to see the striking similarities between Jesus, the incarnate Word, and the Bible, the written Word. Both are eternal (Mat. 24:35; John 1:1), the truth (John 14:6; 17:17), the light (John 12:46; Ps. 119:05), authoritative (Mat. 28: 18; 2 Tim. 3:15), living (Rom. 6:9-10; Heb....

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Pope Francis paid homage to the Immaculate Virgin Mary, just as the Bishop of Rome has done annually for the past 50 years on the feast of the Immaculate Conception. He said, “We have need of your immaculate heart, to love freely, without secondary aims but seeking the good of the other, with...

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Four cardinals have made a request to Pope Francis to clarify grave errors in his apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia. Some of the errors they cited Pope Francis as making include the following: • No one is condemned to hell • The divorced and civilly remarried are not in a...

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People can be wrong about a lot of things in this life and still survive, but if they are wrong about their salvation, they will suffer the horrifying consequences for that mistake throughout all eternity! This is why Paul exhorted us: “test yourselves to see if you are in the faith; examine...

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Trust Jesus as the Lamb of God Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world (John 1:29). As the perfect sacrificial Lamb, Christ died for sins once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous (1 Pet. 3:18). The death of Jesus satisfied the demands of God's justice, thereby enabling...

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Did you know that the promise of the Gospel is rejected or denied by over half of professing Christianity? God’s promise is eternal, everlasting, never-ending life with the Lord Jesus Christ that is backed up by His awesome power (1 Pet. 1:3-5). Below are 14 questions to ask professing...

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Monday, 05 September 2016 23:16

How Humble is the Pope?

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Pope Francis has no idea how good he has been for our ministry to 1.2 billion Catholics during his three years in the Vatican. Every time he makes a bizarre statement, we get calls from news networks and radio directors asking us to respond. This has provided great opportunities for us to make...

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Pope Francis proclaimed Mother Teresa a saint on September 4th, the anniversary eve of her death 19 years ago. The world needs to know that God is the only one who converts a sinner to a saint. It is God alone who chooses and calls His saints out of the world to be sanctified or set apart as new...

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Evangelism was of utmost importance to our Lord Jesus. He began and ended His ministry with a call to spread the Gospel. From the very beginning of His ministry, His plan was to use disciples to make disciples. He called his first disciples, who were fishermen, to become fishers of men (Mark 1:17)....

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We are a nation that can expect the most terrible of God's judgments because we have sinned against the greatest spiritual light any nation, outside of Israel, has ever received.

Our nation has encouraged the worship of false gods under the banner of religious freedom. Yet, God commands all nations...

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Roman Catholics are utterly dependent upon their priests to dispense salvation through sacraments. Their salvation can be lost by mortal sin and regained through the sacraments of penance and the sacrifice of the Mass. Even after death, Catholics still rely on their priests to make Eucharistic sin offerings to get them out of purgatory. No one can...

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 10:06

Catholic Clergy and the Judaizers Featured

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The Roman Catholic clergy and the Judaizers, in the book of Galatians, uphold some fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith: the deity of Christ, the Trinity, the virgin birth, bodily resurrection and return of Christ to judge the living and the dead. However, both deny the sufficiency of Jesus Christ by adding requirements for salvation. The...

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