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    What is Saving Faith?

    What is Saving Faith?

    If demons believe in God, then what else is required for salvation-- What is the difference between normal faith and saving faith-- On this episode we discuss this important issue.Production of Reformation Baptist Church of Youngsville, NCHosts - Dan Horn, Jonathan Sides, Charles Churchill and Joshua HornTechnical Director - Timothy KaiserTheme Music - Gabriel Hudelson

    They Passed through the Red Sea by Faith

    They Passed through the Red Sea by Faith

    By faith, Israel passed through the Red Sea, but we know from chapter 3 of Hebrews that they did not have saving faith. When they were told that God would give them victory in the promised land, they did not trust the promises of God, so they would not go in. Earlier, Abraham was used as an example of faith when it was before he was accounted righteous by God, but obviously the faith he had grew to be saving faith. Here Hebrews is saying that 'they' who are the people of Israel went through the Red Sea by faith, but that faith never matured into saving faith in most of them. There is a collective faith that a people can have that is not salvific, but is a real faith in God. They really trusted that God would deliver them. They really believed that the visible was made by things that are not seen, while the Egyptians couldn't believe that this phenomenon would stop before they made it across. They didn't have collective faith to say God has defended the Israelites the last seven plagues, He will defend them here. Instead, they went -we can make it- and they all died. We should recognize that this collective faith is important. A society has underlying beliefs that it acts on even when they are not held personally to the point of salvation and it really effects the society. That type of faith in God is what America has lost over the last sixty years with dire results.

    John MacArthur is Wrong about Eschatology: We Don’t “Lose Down Here”

    John MacArthur is Wrong about Eschatology: We Don’t “Lose Down Here”

    In 2021, John MacArthur preached a message to his church addressing how to think about Christianity's decline in America. It starts out like this- -Hey, we tried. We honestly did. I think you did. I think I did. I mean I took interviews, I responded to questions I think we tried to have an influence on our nation last year.- He goes on to talk about how the world isn't interested in Christianity and then he says this- -We don't win down here. We lose. You ready for that-- Oh, you thought because you were a postmillennialist, you thought we're just going to go waltzing into the kingdom because you took over the world. No, we lose here. Get it-- They killed Jesus, they killed all the apostles, we're all going to be persecuted. If any man come after me', let him what, 'deny himself'. Garbage of prosperity gospel. No, we don't win down here. Are you ready for that-- Just to clear the air - I love this clarity - we don't win. We lose on this battlefield, but we win on the big one - the eternal one. ---His response is a good example of why we've been doing more episodes about eschatology lately and why we think it matters. Because those verses he quotes and references about persecution and denying ourselves are true, but they make absolutely no sense in the way he is using them. As much as we appreciate John MacArthur's ministry, his teaching is really wrong on this. Even if you hold to dispensational theology, you shouldn't think about those verses in that way. Denying yourself is not at odds with succeeding, some of the most successful people by any standard have been faithful Christians. Yes, it means you can't pursue carnal things, but surely that's not som

    The Voice of the Martyrs Scandal - Our Response

    The Voice of the Martyrs Scandal - Our Response

    A series of expos- articles have just come out about Voice of the Martyrs. This is a group that we've discussed a great deal in the past, we we give our perspective on the recent revelations. We discuss Cole Richards, Jason Peters, ECFA, the dishonor of God, and the right way to clean all this up. -Our previous videos on VOMhttps---persecutingthepersecuted.com- -Articles on VOM from the Roys Reporthttps---julieroys.com-whistleblowers-accuse-vom-president-deception-retaliation-https---julieroys.com-former-voice-of-the-martyrs-executive-calls-resignations-time-clean-house-https---julieroys.com-whistleblowers-voice-of-the-martyrs-president-put-optics-needs-persecuted-christians-https---julieroys.com-whistleblowers-retaliation-sham-investigation--Jason Peters video - https---www.youtube.com-watch--v-tdE1xS8L-wYProduction of Reformation Baptist Church of Youngsville, NCHosts - Dan Horn, Connor Swim, Charles Churchill and Joshua HornTechnical Director - James WinsteadTheme Music - Gabriel Hudelson

    Moses Forsook Egypt.

    Moses Forsook Egypt.

    In the previous passage, we hear about Moses' faith when he went to visit his people, but now the example of his faith is when he forsook Egypt. The initial reading of forsaking Egypt would appear to be when he went to Midian to avoid punishment for the murder. There is a problem with that because here it says that he did not fear the wrath of the king, but in Exodus 2 it is clear that he feared getting caught which seems directly connected to the wrath of the king. When you remember why it was commanded that all sons be put to death, it is because they feared that the Israelites were mightier than they. As Moses was a man mighty in word and deed, he could have probably led the Israelites to have at least power in Egypt, but instead he forsook the land. We see how he had no fear of the king when he went to Pharaoh and said -The Lord God of Israel said 'Let My people go.'-

    Evolution is Wrong: Why Christians Should Teach Against It

    Evolution is Wrong: Why Christians Should Teach Against It

    When you hear the word -Evolution- it is usually meant as a stand-in for Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, specifically the idea that all life on earth arose from natural processes beginning with -some warm little pond with all sort of ammonia and phosphoric salts,-light, heat, electricity present, that a protein compound was chemically formed-. As we discuss in the episode, Darwin was by no means the first to propose such an idea, as his grandfather had written something very similar many years before. But what was needed for evolution to flourish was not the idea, but a community in the world, ready and willing to embrace it. -In this episode, we want to discuss some of the Biblical and logical problems inherent with evolution as a theory. We discuss the problem of -Death before Adam-, of man desiring to worship the creature rather than the creator, and how order does not arise from disorder. We also talk about how the pursuit of the theory of evolution has caused harm in many other areas of science as our insistence that specific falsehoods regarding order vs chaos must be true has caused us to pour untold time and resources into technological dead ends. -The theory of evolution is just that, a theory. It takes a lot of ideas, some of which are true, and makes claims that are contrary to science and reason. Support for evolution requires for teachers and scientists to tell lies about randomness, about order and chaos, about the nature of humans and most importantly, what the universe declares about the nature of God Himself. The church must continue to stand against its lies, and then to go beyond that, to tear down the stronghold that has been cr

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