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The Blessing of Childlike Faith

There once was a gentleman in New York named Mr. Smith, who said he did not believe in God. He never went to church, of course, and never read the Bible. He did not believe that Jesus is God, or that He died and rose again to save sinners. Yet,...
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How Christ Matures Faith in Himself

Granting Faith; Strengthening Faith; Providing Faith....
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We publicly confess our faith

Jesus asks His disciples, “Whom say ye that I am?” Peter responds, “Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God” (Matt. 16:15–16). Jesus then warns His disciples (including us) that if they do not confess Him to other people, He will refuse to acknowledge them on judgment day...
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How to Obtain and Strengthen Saving Faith

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Assurance May Take Time to Develop

Assurance is not the same thing as faith, but it’s closely related to it. Assurance grows organically out of faith like a plant out of a seed, or a flower grows out of a plant and a root. Assurance then pertains to a believer’s present degree of faith. Weak faith...
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Spirit-Worked Faith Versus Dead Faith

Alexander Preaching on Living Faith versus Dead Faith Alexander opens his sermon by recognizing that the Scriptures teach that many people in professing Christian nations possess a kind of faith “which it is evident is not that faith which works by love (Gal. 5:6) and purifies the heart (Acts 15:9).”...
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What Is Faith?

We are often prone to use words without contemplating their meaning. Think of the word grace. We all speak of grace, declare that we are saved by grace, and say that our hope is in grace. But do we ever think about what grace means? I recognized this problem again...
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