The freezing point is equally the melting point. Thirty-two degrees Fahrenheit is critical for either process. It all depends on which way things are going. If the temperature is falling, water will freeze at 32 degrees. If the temperature is rising, ice will melt at 32 degrees. The same temperature may either freeze or melt. Barely pass it, and you may get opposite results. That it is 32 degrees outside does not indicate whether it is freezing or melting. Continue reading “How Do You Hear The Gospel?”
There must be some connection made between power and the thing to be moved. There is great power in a locomotive, but it cannot move the train of cars till proper connection is made with power.
There is sufficient power in the gospel to move every sinner out of sin into the blessings of salvation, but that power moves no one until proper connections are made. Continue reading “The Gospel’s Power To Save, By R. L. Whiteside”
One thing that impresses me more and more every time I go to Ghana is the fact that the gospel is for all. I did a lot of studying in the book of Acts for my teaching on this trip. In the book of Acts alone, we can clearly see the principle of the gospel being for literally everybody. Note the different classes of people to whom the gospel was taken in the early church: Continue reading “The Gospel Is For All”