Spurgeon on Praying in the Spirit

The seed of acceptable devotion must come from heaven's storehouse.  Only the prayer which comes from God can go to God. Spurgeon's five aspects of praying in the Spirit: Fervency: "Those who do not plead with fervency, plead not at all." Perseveringly: "The longer the gate is closed, the more vehemently does he uses the … Continue reading Spurgeon on Praying in the Spirit

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Conversation Between a Calvinist and an Arminian

This is from John Piper's post earlier this week about how Charles Simeon, a Calvinist, tried to reason with John Wesley, an Arminian, about the supremacy of God in the salvation and perseverance of Christians.  I have adapted it to contemporary language. So you call yourself an Arminian. People call me a Calvinist; and therefore … Continue reading Conversation Between a Calvinist and an Arminian