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Jonathan Edwards: Resolved

Jonathan Edwards is considered one of the greatest theologians and philosophers in American history. He was a Puritan preacher of colonial times, playing a big role in the First Great Awakening (1730s – 1740s). Edwards’ most famous sermon “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” is the second most published sermon in human […]

God is the "eternal fountain"

Jesus answered and said to her, “Whoever drinks of this water will thirst again, but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life.” (John 4:13-14)

The […]

Who Are You Behind Closed Doors?

You may have heard this quote before:

“What a man is in secret, in these private duties, that he is in the eyes of God and no more…”

—John Owen, Indwelling Sin in Believers (1667).

While reading this morning, I found a similar quote. It really hit home:

“It is […]

"He is the mediator of both creation and re-creation"

Yesterday, for Theology Thursday, we answered the question, “What is a mediator?”

I found this quote by Herman Bavinck helpful in shedding more light on the subject:

“Believers all call themselves by the name of Christ and in communion with this Christ they are themselves anointed as prophets, priests, and kings.

Christ is given […]

Live a Resurrection-life

Horatius Bonar:

“It was henceforth with a risen Master that the disciples had to do. It was a risen Christ who was their companion on the way to Emmaus; it was a risen Christ who entered the upper chamber with ‘Peace be to you’ on His lips; it was a risen Christ who appeared […]

“Joys that earth cannot afford”

God, the Father of Your people, You have called us to be one; Grant us grace to walk together In the joy of Christ, Your Son. Challenged by Your Word and Spirit, Blest with gifts from heav’n above, As one body we will serve You, And bear witness to Your love.

In the garden […]

“Think of the great Jehovah singing!” (Spurgeon)

“‘The LORD will rejoice over thee with singing.’ Think of the great Jehovah singing! Can you imagine it? Is it possible to conceive of the Deity breaking into a song: Father, Son and Holy Ghost together singing over the redeemed?

God is so happy in the love which He bears to His people that […]

"You are my God, my Life, my holy Delight" (Augustine)

“You, my God, are supreme, utmost in goodness, mightiest and all-powerful, most merciful and most just. You are the most hidden from us and yet the most present amongst us, the most beautiful and yet the most strong, ever enduring and yet we cannot comprehend You. You are unchangeable and yet You change all […]

Lloyd-Jones on George Whitefield


What might draw a crowd of 20,000 people today to listen to an open air message of the gospel? For the eighteenth-century preacher, George Whitefield, this was not an uncommon occurrence, as he preached over 18,000 sermons to millions of hearers. By his own testimony, it was not his eloquence or organizational abilities, but […]

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

The most famous sermon in American history

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God. It’s the most famous sermon in American history. Just ask your high school student. The sermon is included in most English or History curriculum. In this famous homily, Jonathan Edwards sought to eradicate all false views of hell and […]