The Whole Armour of God eBook
“Put on”, and “take unto you”, the whole armour of God are the two commands. The whole armour, not some, not your favorite piece of armour. There is no armour or protection for the back. All of our armour is to protect us as we advance, not as we retreat. As we face the enemy, not as we flee the battlefield. Back to back, we protect one another. When you’re not where you need to be, someone’s back is open for attack. “The children of Ephraim, being armed, and carrying bows, turned back in the day of battle. They kept not the covenant of God, and refused to walk in his law; (v41) Yea, they turned back and tempted God, and limited the Holy One of Israel.” (Psalm 78:9, 10 & 41) When they turned back they not only exposed one another’s backs, they also limited God. God giveth the victory, (I Corinthians 15:57) but He cannot give victory to a coward. When David faced off with Goliath God granted supernatural victory. Every piece of armour is vital in this spiritual warfare.
To Train Up a Child eBook
A look into Bible teaching on perhaps the most important job in life, rearing children.
Necessary Division eBook
Fundamental Baptist who are separatists are accused of being divisive. Division by principle is always better than unity by compromise. Division caused by harsh words is unnecessary, but division caused by sound doctrine is necessary. It is not Bible doctrine that separates people, but their decision to obey or disobey it. If one person chooses to walk according to the course of this world while another chooses to be crucified unto the world in order to walk with Christ, their choices have divided them. This division is necessary, but dissension is not.