Richard Burgess, 06.05.2022 In my last post I spoke about the fact we are justified by faith in Christ alone. That Jesus plus nothing truly equals everything! Too good to be true? Not at all, it is the gospel, the Good News! That is the magnificence of the gospel! It's done. As Paul says in … Continue reading How shall we live?
Tag: life in the Spirit
Pentecost – what of it?
As Easter follows Christmas, and Ascension follows Easter, so Pentecost follows Ascension. The early church knew in the coming of the Spirit that the Son was at the Father's right hand in the Glory, and had received from Him the gift of the Spirit. Jesus had said while here on earth when conversing with his … Continue reading Pentecost – what of it?
Grace is not lazy
Where are you on Grace, for? against? some and some? not sure? The discussion about the nature of grace continues across the worldwide web amid concerns that it leads to a lazy, happy go lucky, careless, sin enjoying Christianity. It was Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones who said something to the effect that if we are not preaching … Continue reading Grace is not lazy
The Continuing Ministry of Jesus
Reading the Acts of the Apostles one is gripped by its unfolding drama. The way Luke starts it off is enough to make you sit up and take notice - "in the first book (Luke's Gospel) Theophilus, I dealt with all that Jesus began to do and teach, until the day when he was taken … Continue reading The Continuing Ministry of Jesus
Are you quenching the Spirit?
In the last post we looked at the baptism and fullness of the Spirit, in this one we are asking the question, are you quenching the Spirit? A quick glance over the New Testament very quickly reveals the dynamic of a God who was present with his people - present in person and present in … Continue reading Are you quenching the Spirit?