A matter of ordinary faithfulness

Two days ago, I wrote that we should stop calling faithfulness sacrifice. You can read that post here. There have been a couple of bits

Stop calling faithfulness a sacrifice

We need to stop calling obedience and faithfulness to the commands of Christ “sacrifice”. There, I said it. It is not sacrifice to do what

The evening service? A reply to John Benton

John Benton has written an interesting post on the London Seminary blog. You can read it here. in it, he offers 10 reasons why he

How should nonconformists relate to those in unfaithful denominations?

What should (and will) happen in light of the recent Church of England synod vote?

I know I won’t win many friends writing this. I know I will get called ungracious and unkind. I know this will be viewed by

If we don’t stand on God’s Word, what have we got of any value?

In conversations between believers, at some point you are likely to hear about the need to be faithful. By faithfulness, what is normally meant is

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