QUYỀN NĂNG CAO CẢ CỦA ĐỨC CHÚA TRỜI Ở VIỆT NAM (Ê-phê 1:4-5)

Những Điều Chúng Ta Cần Cầu Nguyện–part 1

(Ê-phê-sô 1:15-23) Câu 15: “Vậy nên, khi tôi nghe về đức tin của anh em trong Chúa là Đức Chúa Jêsus, và tình yêu thương của anh em đối với tất cả thánh đồ, (câu 16) thì tôi… Read More

Real Freedom in Christ

What does it mean to really know Christ and be set free to enjoy the Lord? Is it about following rules or following the Ruler? Is it about laws or about our Lord? To find out, let’s look… Read More

The gospel for Christians (Spurgeon)–In 1856 English

Phúc Âm cho Người Cơ Đốc (Spurgeon)–Bằng tiếng Anh từ năm 1856 Here is a very important perspective from Mr. Spurgeon about grace in the life of the Christian even though preached to those who had not yet… Read More

Phúc Âm cho Người Cơ Đốc (Spurgeon)–phần 5

The Gospel for Christians (Spurgeon)–part 5 Đây là một quan điểm rất quan trong của ông Spurgeon về ân điên ổ trong cuộc sống người Cơ Đốc mặc dù nó đã được rao giảng cho những người chưa… Read More

Dangerous Desire for Church Growth

Whether we are pastors, missionaries, writers, or some other kind of Christian leader, we have much to learn from God’s Word and Adam Ramsey’s article on humility and wrong motives in vocational ministry. He opens with a clear… Read More

Confession

Throughout the Christian life we will need to confess our sins to God and to those people around us. The reality is, we sin. Here’s how one man wisely states it: ‘We tend to hate being confronted. We… Read More

Patient evangelism not ‘get rich quick’ method

Adoniram Judson (1788-1850) was an American missionary in Burma who lived overseas for several decades. The Lord used him and his steady but hard work overseas to build the church in Burma. Usually, the work the Lord has… Read More

Distinctives of ‘Lordship Salvation’

‘The gospel that Jesus proclaimed was a call to discipleship, a call to follow him in submissive obedience, not just a plea to make a decision or pray a prayer. Jesus’ message liberated people from the bondage of… Read More

Was the Reformation a Missionary Movement?

Some Christians critical of the theology of the magisterial reformers often accuse them of not caring for the lost or evangelism. But is this true according to history? “The Reformers viewed their task as a missionary one: they… Read More

Differences between Protestants and Catholics?

We find the wisdom Kevin DeYoung dispenses to be worthwhile here: The Church: ‘The Catholic Church also has seven sacraments instead of two–Eucharist (or Lord’s Supper) and baptism like Protestants, and then penance, holy orders, marriage, confirmation, and… Read More