Month: September 2018

MacArthur, Baucham, White, Peters, et al. release ‘The Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel’ — Christian Research Network

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This statement opposes the dangerous movement known as “Social Justice Christianity” and clearly lays out the true Gospel of Jesus Christ which is in stark contrast to the progressive social gospel that will “lead people away from the grace of God in Jesus Christ.” The statement is in the style of other Christian documents such as the Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy, the Danvers Statement on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood and the Nashville Statement.  Sign it if you agree.

Following is the Introduction to ‘The Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel’:

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SEPTEMBER 5 THE MANGER, THE CROSS AND THE THRONE

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Wherefore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them.

—Hebrews 7:25

Of course we must include in our total creed the manger, the cross and the throne. All that is symbolized by these three objects must be present to the gaze of faith; all is necessary to a proper understanding of the Christian evangel. No single tenet of our creed must be abandoned or even relaxed, for each is joined to the other by a living bond. But while all truth is to be at all times held inviolate, not every truth is to be at all times emphasized equally with every other….

Christ was born that He might become a man and became a man that He might give His life a ransom for many. Neither the birth nor the dying were…

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The LORD Reigneth

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C3AF60E2-3556-4DF8-B03D-B513E8B26A52Psalm 97:1 The LORD reigneth, let the earth rejoice.

                                       THE LORD REIGNETH

God is God; He sees and hears; All our troubles, all our tears;

Soul, forget not, ‘mid the pains, God o’er all for ever reigns.

Fear not death, nor Satan’s thrusts, God defends who in him trusts;

Soul remember, in thy pains, God o’er all for ever reigns.

For this life’s long night of sadness, He will give us peace and gladness.

Soul, remember, in thy pains, God o’er all for ever reigns.

(Note: Poem quoted from Morning and Evening, by Charles H. Spurgeon, August 12)

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