About

Stand For the Faith was created to be another voice proclaiming and defending the Christian faith.  A key to understand the Christian faith is to understand the Biblical gospel message.  There are many counterfeit gospel messages but only one that is to be believed in order for a person to be saved from the penalty of sin.  This site exists to defend the faith, defend the gospel, and to uplift fellow Christians seeking to serve and glorify God.

7 Responses to About

  1. Ronald Shea says:

    Dear Jim & John: You probably know of my site, http://www.cleargospel.org A friend, Holly Garcia, recommended I start writing a newsletter or article. I have e-mailed my first one, the origin and development of the doctrine of “sovereign grace.” Can you guys either sign up as members on my web site, or send me your e-mails? Thanks gents. God bless you for your defense of the faith.
    Ron

  2. jimfloyd12 says:

    Thanks Ron, I look forward to reading your article. I have signed up with my info on your site. Hope to hear from you soon.

    God Bless,

    Jim F

  3. JohnWI says:

    Jim, Are you going to the Grace conference this year? If you are I would like to meet you. I am just going for the one day on Friday.

  4. jimfloyd12 says:

    JohnWI, yes I will be there. Looking forward to meeting you. You’ll have to join us for lunch that day.

  5. jimfloyd12 says:

    Found out I’ll be sitting at table 53 tonight if any one wants to stop over who is attending the conference

  6. Elisha says:

    Be careful who you come against, especially a man of God who preaches the true gospel, the gospel of grace and peace, the gospel of Christ.
    Double cursed is anyone who preaches a false gospel…(see Galatians 1:8-9).
    Cursed are those who are of the works of the law (see Galatians 3).
    Self-righteousness stinks!

  7. jimfloyd12 says:

    Hi Elisha,
    Thanks for your concerns. Who is it that you think I have come against that preaches the true gospel? You could be more specific otherwise I have no idea what you are talking about.
    Gal 1:8-9 is not talking about a double curse.
    Those under the law have to live up to the law, and no one can. That is why grace is so important. That is precisely why no works of righteousness play a part in salvation. Self righteousness does stink in God’s sight. What is your point?
    Most all preachers or teachers that get called out on this site are called out precisely because they mess up grace or the gospel. Let me name a few: Billy Graham, Paul Washer, John MacArthur, Joseph Prince, Andrew Farley, David Platt, Kyle Idleman, Spurgeon, Augustine, Sproul, Calvin, Jeremy White, Zane Hodges, Ray Comfort, and I am sure there were more… It is sad yet true in all of their cases that they in some way mess up grace and or the gospel. If that weren’t bad enough, there are even grace guys on one hand that get the method of receiving eternal life correct but mess up the object of faith by saying that Jesus died spiritually. Robert Dean is a current example but there are many more that do this. Not mentioning any at this time.
    Why is it important? Because God’s Word matters and the truth matters.
    Jim F

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