The author revisits the crucial story of Noah.
This book and essay are about assurance of salvation and perseverance in the faith. This assurance of God’s gracious fatherly love to us in Christ is vital to Christian life and witness. Many Christians lack this assurance. Chapter 1 reflects on the one sure foundation of Christians’ assurance—Jesus Christ—and the purpose of salvation.
The author of this article reminds believers of the right attitude they should have as they wait for the second coming of Jesus Christ.
The author unfolds his experiences of his meetings and discussions with various members of some sects, such as the Jehovah's Witnesses, whose main error is that they deny the deity of Jesus Christ. He warns that those who have developed such teachings and led many astray will not escape the punishment of God.
This author laments the fact that most modern churches are falling into the trap of seeking to please people in their worship rather than conforming worship to God's demands. Worship is becoming increasingly man-centered.
Perseverence of the saints is not something that believers have to do or achieve on their own. It is God who makes believers capable of finishing the race of perseverence.
Looking at the hesitance to use the word religion to describe the Christian faith, this article shows that opting to describe Christian faith as just a relationship with God does injustice to the faith. The author calls for a proper use of the word religion.