Samuel Rutherford The Trial and Triumph of Faith Sermon VI, pp. 52-61 And, behold, a woman of Canaan came out of the same coasts, and cried unto him, saying, Have mercy on me, O Lord, thou son of David; my daughter is grievously vexed with a devil. (Mat. 15:22) In her prayer, as it is… Read More Crying Out to God in Prayer
JAMES DURHAM A Commentary Upon the Book of Revelation pp. 326 – 338 CHAP. VI. Lecture I. Download as PDF And I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals, and I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts, saying, Come, and see. (Rev. 6:1) This Chapter beginneth that… Read More The History of the Church in the Book of Revelation
James Durham A Commentary Upon the Book of Revelation Chap. V, Lecture II pp. 295-299 Concerning the nature of Christs death, or, if it be properly a satisfaction. Beside what Observations have been already hinted at and held forth from this Chapter, there are two more; which being clear of themselves from the words, and… Read More The Satisfaction of Christ’s Death | James Durham
The following is an excerpt from volume 4 of The Christian’s Reasonable Service by Wilhelmus à Brakel (hardcopy). The Future Conversion of the Jews Examined in Light of 2 Corinthians 3 Proof #2: This proof of the anticipated conversion of the Jews we derive from 2 Cor 3. This conversion is emphatically affirmed in verse 16: “Nevertheless when… Read More Is the Old Testament a Ministry of Death?
Wilhelmus à Brakel The Christian’s Reasonable Service Vol. 4, pp. 402-408 After Israel had arrived at Horeb, Moses ascended the mountain. God commanded Moses to ask the people on His behalf if they wished to remain in the covenant and be obedient to Him (Exod 19:8). Moses relayed the message, and the people responded at… Read More Is the Mosaic Covenant the Covenant of Grace?
Twenty-Sixth Question Whether the judicial law was abrogated under the New Testament. We make distinctions Ends of the individual law. I. The forensic or judicial law concerned the civil government of the people of God under the Old Testament and contained a body of precepts concerning the form of that political rule. There were various… Read More Has the Judicial Law been Abrogated? | Francis Turretin
Samuel Rutherford The Divine Right of Church Government and Excommunication pp. 95–100 Cap. I. Q. 1. Whether or not Human Ceremonies in Gods Worship, can consist with the perfection of God’s Word? These human ceremonies we cannot but reject upon these grounds; Arg. 1. Our first Argument is: Every positive and religious observance, and rite in God’s worship,… Read More All Additions to God’s Worship are Unlawful
National Sins and National Judgments A sermon by John Owen Preached April 11, 1679. “For Jerusalem is ruined, and Judah is fallen: because their tongue and their doings are against the Lord, to provoke the eyes of his glory. The show of their countenance doth witness against them; and they declare their sin as Sodom, they… Read More National Sins and National Judgments
Many Evangelicals today see the divisions among Christians, the many denominations, and the sometimes heated rhetoric between brothers, and rightly desire to see unity among Christians. Indeed, many modern Evangelicals even want to see unity between Protestant Christians and Roman Catholics.1 While such a desire may seem well-intentioned on the surface, we need to examine whether… Read More 6 Reasons Protestants and Roman Catholics Can Never Unite
In these sermons, Rev. Todd Ruddell of Christ Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church (RPCGA) explains the regulative principle of worship (RPW) and exclusive psalmody (EP), and answers objections against EP. These sermons are from his Reformation Distinctives series. Links and embedded audio players have been added for your convenience. We encourage you to listen to these helpful sermons.… Read More Exclusive Psalmody and the Regulative Principle of Worship | Rev. Todd Ruddell