came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am chief.
The Apostle Paul
(1 Timothy 1:15)
By Dr. Gary D.
Foreword by Dr.
S. Lewis Johnson, Jr.
On the Back Cover: "The author sees no purpose,
benefit, or comfort in a redemption that does not redeem, a propitiation
that does not propitiate, a reconciliation that does not reconcile;
neither does he have any faith in a hypothetical salvation for
hypothetical believers. Rather, he has faith in a redemption
which infallibly secures the salvation of each and everyone for
whom it was designed, namely, "the children of God that
were scattered abroad" (John 11:52), which is such a multitude
of sinners declared righteous that no man can number them. God
forbid, therefore, "that I should glory, save in the cross
of our Lord Jesus Christ" (Galatians 6:14)."
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"Now dear reader let
us put off our worldly shoes and go to that scene in the garden.
Just as in a garden the first Adam plunged his posterity into
ruin, so to in a garden the second and last Adam would begin
the redemption of his posterity from that awful ruin. When Spurgeon
wrote of this scene he wanted to be very cautious to harmonize
our Saviors deity with his humanity. If we are not careful
we may minimize one or the other. I pray we do not do that in
Fallen man under every
dispensation--even when the King of Kings is physically present
on the earth and ruling with a rod of iron--is still totally
depraved and an enemy of God in his heart (Romans 8:7). He will
follow Satan his spiritual father rather than God when given
the opportunity at the end of the Millennium. It proves that
if any are saved during the 1,000 year reign of the Lord Jesus
Christ upon the earth, it will still be by God's sovereign grace, and by that alone!
How can we gain control
of our tongues? Only
by submitting our minds and hearts to Christ. We speak what we
think. Therefore, if the Lord Jesus is to be magnified in the
way we use our tongue, He must be magnified in the way we use
our mind also. Paul writes of Christians casting down imaginations, and every high thing
that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing
into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ (2 Corinthians 10:5). Paul knew that
there could be no purity of speech apart from a genuine purification
of our minds. The Lord Jesus also taught this truth when He said,
Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh
(Matthew 12:34). If our hearts are daily surrendered to the Lordship
of Christ, we will be meditating upon His Word and cleansed by
that Word (Psalm
119:9, Ephesians 5:25-27)and
as a result, we will
seek to be a sympathetic encouragement to other believers, rather
than participating in backbiting
and gossip about others. See Ephesians
For to this
end Christ died and rose and lived again, that
He might be LORD of both the dead and the living. (Romans
Many churches in our generation
are proclaiming a perverted Gospel. The author of this book exposes
the error of this false gospel, and sets forth the glorious message
of the True Gospel of
the Lord Jesus Christ.
This is an urgent message to the church today.
Set a watch,
O LORD, before my mouth; keep the door of my lips. (Ps 141:3)
Are you a guilty
sinner? Whose righteousness are you trusting in to get
you to heaven? The Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ is
good news only to guilty, Hell-deserving sinners! If you are such, I have good news
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of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou
shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation
for ever. (Psalm 12:6-7)
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