Author: tom

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A voice preaching Christ.

“The whole of a gospel Minister’s doctrine and practice is, as it were, a voice preaching Christ. If they preach the law, and its curses and threatenings against Christless and impenitent sinners, it is...

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A ‘Two-Fold’ manifestation of Faith.

How do you know you believe? — Questions like these can often shake a person’s Christian faith. Why? Because if you don’t know that you believe, how can you be sure that you actually...

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A Judge to decide on if ‘All means All’

Just for a bit of theological humor. It seems a judge will finally decide if ‘all means all.’  “Martinez’s ruling hinges on the claim that the box set included ‘all’ of the James Bond...

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Quotes on Saving Faith

In reading descriptions of saving faith from many different (theological) places there is a common thread; ‘believing that God would receive and accept them based solely on the merit of Christ.’ Also they teach...

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A Simple Explanation of Justification by Faith

ARTICLE IV. OF JUSTIFICATION. We teach, that we cannot obtain forgiveness of sins and righteousness before God, through our own merits, works or satisfaction, but that we obtain forgiveness of sins, and become righteous...

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A Letter to Missionaries in Japan

To all the workers in the Matsuye district, My dear Brothers, It is laid upon me to write to you about a few things in your daily life, that I may “provoke you to...

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C.M.S Commission to a Missionary in Japan (1890)

C.M.S Commission to a missionary in Japan (1890). 1. Your primary work is to make known Christ by making known the Gospel. Be sure that the great enemy will do his utmost to divert...

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Faith and the Canaanite Woman

Ichabod Spencer in speaking the faith of the Canaanite woman makes a valuable comment on faith. It can be sometimes that people will not trust Christ unless they first believe they are a child...

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Nikon LS-2000 Film Scanner and OSX

I came across an old Nikon film scanner at a junk store in Tokyo. Since it was only $3 I picked it up and brought it home. But once I got it home I...