John Murray Principles of Conduct Chapter 6 THE SANCTITY OF TRUTH “What is truth?” said Pilate. The irony of his question is that truth, “the truth,” stood before him. The tragedy of Pilate’s bewilderment was the complete absence of comprehension regarding the stupendous character of the Person whom he had delivered to be crucified. Pilate’s… Read More The Sanctity of Truth | John Murray
A Church in the House A Sermon Concerning Family Religion Preached in London, April 16, 1704 by Matthew Henry Full sermon pdf here. “With the church that is in their house.“ 1 Corinthians 16:19 III. The Application. That which now remains, is to address myself to you upon the whole matter by way of exhortation;… Read More Family Religion Part 3: The Application
A Church in the House A Sermon Concerning Family Religion Preached in London, April 16, 1704 by Matthew Henry Full sermon pdf here. “With the church that is in their house.“ 1 Corinthians 16:19 II. Motivation to family religion. I come now, II. To offer some motives to persuade you thus to turn your families… Read More Family Religion Part 2: The Motivation
A Church in the House A Sermon Concerning Family Religion Preached in London, April 16, 1704 by Matthew Henry Full sermon pdf here. “With the church that is in their house.“ 1 Corinthians 16:19 Among the salutations presented by the Apostle Paul in his first epistle to the Corinthians, was that from Aquila and Priscilla,… Read More Family Religion Part 1: What Is Family Religion?
James Henley Thornwell Discourses on Truth (1855) Discourse IV. Sincerity. “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true—think on these things.” (Philippians 4:8) Speculative Truth and Practical Truth. Truth may be considered in two leading aspects, either as having reference to the correspondence of our convictions with the reality of things, which may be called speculative truth,… Read More Must We Always Tell the Truth?
George Gillespie A Dispute Against the English Popish Ceremonies pt. 4, ch. 3, pp. 375–379 Every thing which is indifferent in the nature of it, is not by and by indifferent in the use of it. But the use of a thing indifferent ought evermore to be either chosen or refused, followed or forsaken, according… Read More Scriptural Rules Governing Indifferent Things
Martin Luther The Estate of Marriage Works, vol. 45, pp. 17-22. 1. Male and Female. “So God created man…male and female he created them.” (Genesis 1:27). From this passage we may be assured that God divided mankind into two classes, namely, male and female, or a he and a she. This was so pleasing to… Read More Childbearing and the Gift of Singleness | Martin Luther
Thomas Gataker Marriage Duties To the hopeful young couple, the right worshipful Mr. Robert Cooke esquire, and the virtuous gentlewoman, Mistress Dorothy Cooke, his wife; many comfortable days in God’s fear and favor to their mutual and eternal good. “Wives, submit yourselves unto your own husbands, as it is fit in the Lord. Husbands, love… Read More Marriage Duties
Head Coverings in Worship? Preached on the Lord’s Day of March 18, 2018 by Pastor Michael Ives, of the Presbyterian Reformed Church of Rhode Island Transcribed from the recording by Paul Barth. Part of the practice that our Presbytery has adopted is that in the public worship of God, women have their heads covered. The… Read More Head Coverings in Worship?
Samuel Willard A Complete Body of Divinity An Excerpt from a Sermon on the 5th Commandment There is a special equality made between some, which does not arise from nature, but combination; and this is that which is called friendship. Which is recommended to us, not only by moral philosophy, but also by the word… Read More The Blessing of Friendship