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Apostasy

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Why Is Sin So Bad?

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Why Is Sin So Bad? Mike Johnson Psalm 51 is thought to have been written by David in connection with his sin with Bathsheba.  You might recall that he had committed adultery with Bathsheba, and he had her husband (Uriah) killed to cover up his deed.  In Psalm 51, David was expressing his remorse for […]

Confusion Abounds

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CONFUSION ABOUNDS! Mike Johnson FROM HUNTSVILLE: I agree with “West Coast.” Protestant worship services are mostly selling tickets to ball games, pictures, records and signing petitions on political issues. There is very little spirituality. And the music is a disgrace. No hymns anymore just modern junk. –Disgusted GREENWICH, CONN: That Protestant person is not alone […]

Ignoring Sin

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IGNORING SIN Mike Johnson A very common statement made by many people today is, “I just don’t let it bother me.”   In many areas, we would all be better off taking this approach.  With sin, however, this is a very dangerous approach.  Many people are very complacent regarding their sins, and  instead of seeking a […]

Warn the Unruly

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WARN THE UNRULY Mike   Johnson  In  I  Thessalonians  5:14,  Paul  gave  some important teaching that all Christians need to listen to.  He stated that Christians are to,  “be patient toward all men,” they are to  “support  the weak,”  and they are  to  “comfort  the feebleminded.”   The first responsibility that  he  enjoins, however, is to “warn […]

The Possibility of Apostasy

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THE POSSIBILITY OF APOSTASY Mike Johnson Consider this question.  Can one who has been born again, i.e. one who has entered into a proper relationship with God, conduct himself in such a way so as to be eternally lost?  Many say one cannot.  They hold a doctrine known by such names as “Once Saved,  Always […]