Author Archives: jimfloyd12

Do Grace Preachers Teach Legalism?

What is Galatianism? Recently I have encountered people on YouTube teaching that various grace pastors are promoting and teaching Galatianism. These YouTube teachers and preachers in my view are touting hyper-grace, anti-progressive sanctification, anti-correction from God for believers,  and anti-preaching … Continue reading

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A Gift for Pakistan

Christmas is a great time of year to reflect on the Savior that came into the world to be made flesh. He did so to be an eventual sacrifice for all of mankind. Jesus didn’t stay dead, but after He … Continue reading

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Beware of King James Only Extremism

There are many divisive topics in churches but one that keeps coming back is the “King James Only” or “KJVO” Bible version debate. To me, the problem stems around going to extremes that the Bible does not itself go to. … Continue reading

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A Call for Kindness and Compassion

The days are commonly filled with agitation and strife. The world wrestles with Covid 19, political angst, and the general curse of sin. Believers in Christ are also often drawn into stressful encounters and situations due to these things. Many … Continue reading

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Beware of the “grace” view on “Jesus died spiritually”

As resurrection Sunday is upon us, I would like us to consider the perfect sacrifice that is Jesus Christ. I am reminded again of the importance of not placing a spot on our Savior. Unfortunately, the grace community of believers … Continue reading

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A God so Loving

A profound thought struck me recently in a discussion with a friend. Isn’t it entirely incredible that the creator God of the universe loved me so much that He sent His only begotten Son to the cross for me despite … Continue reading

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