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Soul Idolatry Excludes Men Out of Heaven

cielo-small-300x280David Clarkson

For this ye know, that no whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor covetous man, who is an idolater, hath any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God (Ephesians 5:5).

A covetious man—and the like may be understood of the rest— is an idolater…Not only the covetous, but the unclean, are idolaters. Read more

The Definition and Cause of Idolatry

jc-ryle-gwn1223J.C. Ryle

Wherefore, my dearly beloved, flee from idolatry (1 Corinthians 10:14).

I believe that we have come to a time when the subject of idolatry demands a thorough and searching investigation. I believe that idolatry is near us and about us and in the midst of us to a very fearful extent. Read more

Anticipation for the Return of Christ (4)

Albert N. MartinPreacher: Albert N. Martin

So, we sought to see from the Scriptures that indeed expecting, longing for the return of Christ was normal Christian experience. The question is this: why do true believers who are in a healthy, spiritual state eagerly await, earnestly desire, and love the return of Christ? Why was this the climate of their Christian experience?

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Anticipation for the Return of Christ (3)

Albert N. MartinPreacher: Albert N. Martin

Now he uses this play on this concept of citizenship, the politeuma. He says that our politeuma is in Heaven. We have a heavenly citizenship! Therefore, we are to live by the rules and the laws and the constitution of the Lord of Heaven. Our citizenship is in Heaven. Having mentioned Heaven, he then says, “Whence also we wait for a Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ.”

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Anticipation for the Return of Christ (2)

Albert N. MartinPreacher: Albert N. Martin

Today we are going to look at three more texts which add their witness to the fact that expectation, eager anticipation, and longing for the return of Christ is normative faith and experience. This work of Christ is carried on not in the types and shadows of spiritual realities, but in the substance of those realities themselves.

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