Westminster Shorter Catechism – Lord’s Day 19 Q & A 33 Q What is justification? A Justification is an act of God’s free grace,1 wherein he pardons all our sins,2 and accepts us as righteous in His sight,3 only for the righteousness of Christ imputed to us,4 and received by faith alone.*5 *1 Romans 3:24. …

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Westminster Shorter Catechism – Lord’s Day 18 Q & A 32 Q What benefits do they that are effectually called partake of in this life? A They that are effectually called do in this life partake of justification, adoption, and sanctification, and the several benefits which in this life do either accompany or flow from …

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As the people of God gather week by week, the cross is rightly central; however that centrality rightly observed brings many other truths into view and into focus. And only the cross can bring them all together, enable them all to be understood, and communicate our need of God’s grace. From Fred Sanders. The Cross …

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The good news proclaimed at the Reformation in 1517 is still good news in 2017 and beyond. Which is why the Reformation will never really be over, or a thing of the past. From Michael Reeves on why the Reformation still matters: Almost certainly, what confuses people into thinking that the Reformation is a bit …

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