What is the presence of God? Where is it? What is the nature of it? This article addresses these questions by considering the doctrines of God's presence in the world, Christ's real spiritual presence, and Christ's real bodily presence.
The author states that prayer is the most important topic in practical religion. All other subjects are secondary. The author offers seven reasons why this is so. Included among these reasons are the subjects of salvation, the character of a true Christian, private prayer, prayer as a source of encouragement, and prayer as a recipe for happiness and contentment.
This article discusses the characteristics of a true church. It should be composed of those born again of the Spirit.
The article discusses the doctrine of election in Scripture. It carefully describes what is to be understood of this doctrine. The article then proceeds to answer different questions that confront believers and unbelievers with regard to election.