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Letters to the Editor
Thanks so much for your newsletter. It's a real boost to get and
read it monthly.
I enjoy reading the GES newsletter and journal immensely--more so
than all the many other publications that I receive combined.
For some time I've been troubled about a phrase which I believe
is a misnomer and I question why it is even used. I agree with
GES that we should promote the clear proclamation of the Gospel,
so doesn't it seem a bit perplexing to use the two words
"saving faith" when it's the object of faith that
has all the power to save, rather than the faith itself? A person
could have all the faith in the world but if it's not in the
Gospel then it would be of no avail. . .
Whenever we use the expression saving faith in our newsletter or
journal, we do not mean as some do when they use that
expression--that it is a unique kind of faith. Rather, we mean
that saving faith is specifically faith in Jesus Christ as the
One who guarantees eternal life to everyone who
believes in Him for this. Faith in monotheism is faith However,
it is not saving faith. Only faith in Jesus Christ and Him alone
can rightly be called saving faith. Another way to put it is
this: A person can believe many things and yet be unsaved.
However, anyone who believes in Jesus and Him alone as His Savior
is necessarily saved. That is why we call it saving faith. Editor
Dear Dr. Wilkin,
I very much appreciate the ministry of GES and am very thankful
for it. I love your newsletter and journal. I have been blessed
by them a lot! May God bless GES!
To whom it may concern:
I'm getting really tired of the junk mail you insist on sending
me and my husband. . .
PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY MORE MAIL TO US.
Editor's note: We delight in sending our newsletter at absolutely
no cost to all who wish to receive it.
However, we do not wish to send our newsletter to anyone who
doesn't want it.
To whom it may concern at GES,
Thank you so much for allowing God's truths to be made available.
I know that it must really be trying at times. . . You're having
quite an impact here in Connecticut. Hang in there and keep up
the good work. Faith alone in Christ alone. (Period.)
Somehow we received a copy of The GES News. We thoroughly enjoyed
We live in a small town . . . and don't hear a lot of teaching on
We are retired and living on a fixed income so we appreciate
something so good for no price.
I wish I had been on your list for a long time.
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