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The Sufficiency of the Scriptures


The significant thing is that one  from the biblical names of Christ is  Wonderful  Counselor (Isaiah 9: 6). Christ is  This

The Most High and Ultimate to whom we can turn for advice, and His Word is the well from which we can draw God's wisdom. What could be greater than that ?!  The truth is,

that one of the greatest aspects of Christ's perfect sufficiency is miraculous  advice and great wisdom for which he provides  us in  times full  despair, confusion, fear, anxiety and sadness. He is the personification of the most perfect  Advisors.  


God's sovereignty in salvation


No doctrine is more despised by the mind of an unbeliever than the truth that God is absolutely sovereign. Human pride despises the idea that God commands  everything, controls everything and rules everything. The fleshly mind, burning with hostility to God, abhors the biblical teaching that nothing happens except what has been ordained by God's eternal arrangement. Most, however, the flesh hates that salvation is entirely God's work. If God chose who would be saved, and if His choice was made before the foundation of the world, then believers should not get any credit for any aspect of their salvation.

Church membership


IN  nowadays,  when a commitment to something happened

rare, no wonder  that church membership is a low priority for many believers. It is no longer uncommon for Christians to pass from church to church without ever submitting to the care of their elders and without becoming permanently attached to any group of believers. Meanwhile, neglect  or refusing to join a church through formal membership  reflects a misunderstanding of the believer's responsibility to the body of Christ. It also separates him from the many blessings and opportunities that come with such a commitment. So every believer needs to understand what he is

Church Membership and Why It Matters.

Biblical elders


From a biblical perspective, church leadership is centered in that of the elder. An elder is one of a group of biblically qualified men who work together in the ministry and  watching over the local assembly of believers. The word translated "elder" is used nearly 20 times in Acts and epistles to refer to this unique group of leaders who are responsible for looking after and guiding God's people. 

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