Is Biblical Separation Illogical, Unreasonable, or Unloving?

Of course not! God's eternal, unchangeable Word plainly commands every believer to sepa­rate from false teachers (2 John 9-11), disobedient brethren (2 Thess. 3:6, 14, 15) and the world (1 John 2:15-17). Surely nothing God commands is illogical, unreasonable, or unlov­ing. It is only made to seem so by those who do not want to do what God commands.

Leaving a Godly Legacy


What Does The Bible Say?



An interview with Cherilyn Costella, author of The Bright Spot, detailing the importance of ministry to our children.



Psalm 78:1-7

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A Look at First Peter Chapter Five

When we place God’s will and our ministry to others before our own personal priorities, blessing comes to all. To do this, humility is essential—this applies to all believers, including pastors, even though it runs contrary to the prevailing, psychologically-oriented philosophy of self-assertion and self-esteem. In verse three, pastors are instructed not to be “lords” over God’s heritage but to be examples.

Getting Burned by Strange Fire

John MacArthur recently held a 3-day “Strange Fire” conference at his ministry headquarters at Grace Community Church in Southern California. The conference highlighted some of the many errors of the Pentecostal and charismatic movement and the negative influence it is having within the professing church. MacArthur’s conference preceded the launching of his new book Strange Fire: The Danger of Offending the Holy Spirit With Counterfeit Worship, which will address these same issues.

"Restating" the Faith

Underneath the call for a “restatement of Christianity in terms of modern thought” there must be something more than simply a desire for clear expression. Has language utterly failed? Are the revised versions already out of date? Have we really so lost the understanding of terms that people of our generation are like the heathen who lack words for God and all holy things? We cannot believe this, although a critic of our day has said that a certain class of men would entirely lose the art of reading were it not for the sporting page of the newspapers.

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