Monthly Archives: September 2012

Encouragement for the Homeless – John Boruff

To this very hour we go hungry and thirsty, we are in rags, we are brutally treated, we are homeless. We work hard with our own hands. When we are cursed, we bless; when we are persecuted, we endure it. … Continue reading

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Review of Harald Lindström’s “Wesley and Sanctification” – John Boruff

In CHAPTER 1, Wesley says that Adam was created as a perfectly righteous man, but after the Fall he became corrupt. This corruption is somehow transmitted through the desires of the body (or, the flesh). It causes us to have … Continue reading

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A Surefire Bibliography for Prophetic Accuracy! – John Boruff

See also: In Pursuit of Holy Prophets, Prophetic Ministry Books Ranking, Prophetic Ministry Books Conscious of John Wesley, Etc. Bickle, Mike. Growing in the Prophetic: A Practical, Biblical Guide to Dreams, Visions, and Spiritual Gifts. Revised and Updated. Lake Mary, … Continue reading

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Soteriology for Open Air Preachers – John Boruff

For over a year now, God has brought me on a theological journey into the mind of John Wesley, the Arminian evangelist and open air preacher of the 18th century Methodist revival. At this point, I have almost come to … Continue reading

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An Overview of Modern Calvinism – John Boruff

See also: “An Arminian Response to Charles Spurgeon’s ‘A Defense of Calvinism’” A friend gave me a copy of the DVD set Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism (2004), in order that I might be better educated about … Continue reading

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The Four Last Things – John Boruff

DEATH Death is God’s punishment for sin. Adam ate the forbidden fruit: “you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat of it you will surely die” (Gen. 2:17); “sin entered … Continue reading

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