Monday, July 1, 2013

Worldliness in the Church

An article from 1998 (click here to read) by David Wells articulating that the character of contemporary evangelicalism is changing because of its unwitting entanglement with a culture that has the power to eviscerate the doctrinal substance of that faith.

Thursday, February 7, 2013


The religion of Christ is the religion of JOY.  Christ came to take away our sins, to roll off our curse, to unbind our chains, to open our prisonhouse, to cancel our debt; in a word, to give us the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness.  Is not this joy?  Where can we find a joy so real, so deep, so pure, so lasting?  There is every element of joy – deep, ecstatic, satisfying, sanctifying joy – in the gospel of Christ.  The believer in Jesus is essentially a happy man.  The child of God is, from necessity, a joyful man.  His sins are forgiven, his soul is justified, his person is adopted, his trials are blessings, his conflicts are victories, his death is immortality, his future is a heaven of inconceivable, unthought-of, untold, and endless blessedness.  With such a God, such a Saviour, and such a hope, is he not, ought he not, to be a joyful man?

- Octavius Winslow