by Ken Yates In my last blog I discussed Luke 12:54ff and how Jesus told the nation of Israel in His day that if they looked around they would be able to see that judgment was coming. He was speaking of the coming judgment of AD 70. That judgment was coming because of their sin.
by Ken Yates To me, one of the most interesting verses in the Gospels is a statement by Jesus in Luke 12:47-48. Jesus gives a parable about who is a wise servant of the master and who is an evil servant of that same master. In the parable, the Lord says that His servants will
by Shawn Lazar, originally published in the November/December, 2014 issue of Grace in Focus. The original article may be accessed here. Doubt. For some of us, it is momentary feeling of anxiety that eventually passes when our circumstances change. For others, it is a way of life born out of the barrage of insecurities created
by Zane Hodges, originally published in the September-October, 1999 issue of “Grace in Focus” In this series on the doctrine of repentance, we have reached two fundamental conclusions. These are: (1) that repentance is not in any way a condition for eternal salvation; and (2) repentance is the decision to turn from sin to avoid,
By Zane C. Hodges, originally published in the July/August 1998 edition of Grace in Focus Introduction In the last issue of Grace in Focus (May/June 98), we considered the fact that John is silent, in his Gospel, on the subject of repentance. In view of the purpose of the Gospel of John to bring people
By Dr. Stephen R. Lewis, Excerpted from “Greek Philosophy Tainted Early Church Theology. What about Today?” Popularity Is Not a Test of Truth If we stop and think about it—there have been so many things society has held as true when in fact they are merely a consensus. Think about the many years that we ∞