Quite possibly the best sermon on Sanctification ever preached.

This sermon was preached by Robert Murray McCheyne (1813-1843) in 1835. A minister in the Church of Scotland,  he was powerfully used by God in his short season. Andrew Bonar once wrote about McCheyne: “He cared for no question unless … Continue reading

A Gem from Robert Murray McCheyne

“Nothing that is imperfect can make us perfect in the sight of God. Hence the admirable direction of an old divine: ‘Labor after sanctification to the utmost; but do not make a Christ of it; if so, it must come … Continue reading

Plain Theology for Plain People – A Review

Charles Octavius Boothe was a slave. Born in Alabama, June 13, 1845, he was the “legal property” of one Nathaniel Howard. Charles Octavius Boothe was a man of God. Coming to faith in Christ in 1865 and baptized in 1866. … Continue reading

A Thanksgiving Hymn from John Newton

No, this hymn wasn’t written regarding our American Thanksgiving. It was written in giving thanks for salvation and the freedom in Christ we have received in our salvation. It is told through the voice of the demoniac freed from Legion. … Continue reading

The 5 Solas – Soli Deo Gloria

5 Solas 5 Soli Deo Gloria Isaiah 48:1-11 Ephesians 1:3-14 Matthew 6:9-13 AUDIO FOR THIS SERMON CAN BE FOUND HERE We’ve arrived at the 5th of the slogans of the Protestant Reformation – Soli Deo Gloria – to the glory … Continue reading

Another of the Olney Hymns

This past Lord’s Day, we sang the old hymn “Nearer My God To Thee”. I mentioned then that the band leader aboard the Titanic had asked that hymn be sung at his funeral someday. He made that request before the … Continue reading

Revelation Part 10 – Philadelphia pt. 2

Revelation Pt. 10 – Philadelphia- b Rev. 3:7-13 Isaiah 9:1-7 Audio for this sermon can be found HERE Everyone who has come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ wants to serve Him. We are born again it seems, with … Continue reading