Category Discipleship

From the desk of John MacArthur

Reading Isaiah in bed just a few nights ago a piece of folded paper fell out into my lap. It was a photocopy of the same text that has been sitting on Pastor John MacArthur’s desk for many years now. I received this while attending The Master’s Seminary, and it has stuck with me every […]

Kasemann on being a disciple of Christ

While reading Kasemann’s Perspectives on Paul today, I was reminded of Paul’s exhortation in Philippians 1.29, ‘For you have been grace-gifted on behalf of Christ, not only to trust in him but also to suffer on his behalf.’ Before you read this, be warned; it’s a hard pill to swallow (below is cited from Kasemann, ‘Justification […]

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