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These Are Spiritual Issues

By Erwin W. Lutzer

So, it has come to this.

Five pastors were ordered by the openly lesbian mayor of Houston, Annise Parker, to turn over their sermon notes, or at least the notes and emails they used when the opposed a so-called “Bathroom Ordinance” that would allow men to use women’s bathrooms. The mayor claimed that they were using their pulpits for political activity.

Obviously, this is an incredible overreach intended to intimidate pastors who refuse to bow to the homosexual agenda for America, which includes not just same-sex marriage but an attack against creation itself by destroying gender identity altogether. Certainly this ...

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Death is Swallowed up in Victory

By Erwin W. Lutzer

Last weekend Rebecca and I were at The Cove, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association’s Retreat and Ministry Center. I spoke to the doctors and nurses involved in World Medical Mission, a ministry of Samaritan’s Purse under the leadership of Franklin Graham. We were impressed with the hundreds of volunteers who, at their own expense, serve in clinics all over the world in the most primitive conditions. We felt as if we were in the presence of heroes, and indeed we were.

One of those present at the meetings was Dr. Kent Brantley, who contracted Ebola at the Clinic in Liberia ...

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Who Can We Call a Saint?

By Erwin W. Lutzer

If you are a member of the Catholic Church you are welcome among us. About 20% of all of our members were raised in the Catholic Church.  However, the canonization of two popes this past week does give me an opportunity to point out one of several major differences between us and Roman Catholicism.

The Bible clearly and repeatedly teaches that all believers in Christ are “saints” (1 Corinthians 1:2; Ephesians 1:1; Philippians 1:1 etc). But in the early centuries when the idea arose that salvation was not a free gift given to those who believe ...

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Bible Reading Plans

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The source of much spiritual dryness in the Christian life can be traced to one simple fact: many Christians do not have a systematic plan of reading through the Bible. In fact, many do not read the Bible at all, unless it is done in a “hit or miss” fashion. We have found that our ability to be faithful in our reading is enhanced if we have a guide, a chart where we can keep track of what we’ve read and where we are in the process.

Below we have several options: you can choose a chart to read through the Bible ...

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