UPDATE: Letter from Paul Washer

UPDATE: Paul Washer. The letter below comes from brother Paul Washer of HeartCry Missionary Society. This was recently published in the Jan-Mar 2017, #89, edition of the HeartCry Magazine. "My dear brothers and sisters, I hope this brief introduction finds you growing in your understanding of the person and work of Christ upon which the…

Persecution: It Takes The President – Be Ashamed!

I know what you may be thinking, you're thinking, this guy is going to write another article supporting President Trump, well you're wrong! This article really is not centered on Donald Trump, nor really even Christian persecution. Rather, my topic is centered on pastors, preachers, leaders in the professing church.[1] There is without a doubt,…

A Minister’s Regrets

A Minister's Regrets Banner of Truth (by Geoff Thomas) A word from Jeremy. I am posting this as I believe, and know, that there is much we can learn from other peoples victories and failures. Christ-centered testimonies causes us not only to glorify God for such amazing works of mercy and grace, but can also…

Personally and Private

I want you to think about the great difference we have in ministers such as Henry Scougal of the late 1600's and that of today, especially regarding of the concern of people's souls. What if pastors and elders today cared to practice this (see below)? Would sin be as rampant in the professing Church? Would…

The Great Duty of Family Religion – George Whitefield

The Great Duty of Family Religion George Whitefield (1714-1770) “As for me and my household, we will serve the LORD.” Joshua 24:15 These words contain the holy resolution of Joshua, a most devout man of God, who reminded the Israelites in a most moving, affectionate speech what great things God had done for them. He…

Fire in the bones

Fire in the bones   “If I say, ‘I will not mention Him, or speak any more in His name,’ there is in my heart as it were a burning fire shut up in my bones, and I am weary with holding it in, and I cannot.”[1]   Under great weeping and toil, Jeremiah, a…

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