Yesterday, following our yearly plan, we read Matthew 28. The facts of the resurrection were plainly laid out. We’ve often emphasized that the gospel contains facts to be believed, promises to be received, and commandments to be obeyed. That’s right. These facts are not unrelated, but make up the salvation history of God’s plan of redemption. So when someone changes or challenges the facts, they must not be permitted to get away with it. This is why Paul starts his letter to the Galatians with a double condemnation.

Now I want you to know, brothers and sisters, that the gospel I preached is not of human origin.
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testimony of GodPlinio lived for a while in Paris, returned to Brazil, and was telling Marina about his experiences. Suddenly, Stefano interrupted him, said it wasn’t quite that way, and started his own little discourse about the city. Just one little detail: he’d never traveled outside of Brazil.

If we accept the testimony of men, the testimony of God is greater, because this is the testimony of God that he has testified concerning his Son.
1 John 5:9 NET Continue reading