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Is It Really True?

“God so loved the world.” So says the text, but can we still believe it? The Discoveries of Science There are those who find God’s love for the world incompatible with scientific discovery. They say it is impossible to believe John 3:16 in view of the seeming insignificance of our... Read more →

An Ocean In A Drop

John 3:16 has been called an ocean of thought in a drop of language. I personally owe everything to it, for it was through this verse that my eyes were opened to the love of God and my heart was opened to welcome the Lord Jesus. Eternity alone will tell... Read more →

The Heart of the Gospel

“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). I suppose that I had read this verse tens of thousands of times, and yet, a little while ago, I sought of the... Read more →

“Must Be Lifted Up”

“As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up. That whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have eternal life” (John 3:14,15). The Two “Musts” This is the second “must” in the third chapter of this Gospel. If man... Read more →

Does God Love Sinners?

One of the earliest stories I ever heard about D. L. Moody, that great evangelist of the nineteenth century, took place when he was temporarily called away to another city and left a young English preacher named Henry Moorhouse to speak during his absence. Upon returning from his trip, he... Read more →

God Sooooooo Loved

Since the beginning of time, men have tried to understand and explain the magnitude of the love of God, but even their efforts seem to fall short. That is the problem with trying to express the inexpressible. Paul, who was one of the greatest exponents of the Christian faith, wrote:... Read more →

A Deacon Is Saved

A man came to my home recently seeking for peace. He was a deacon who had held several church offices, and was well regarded as a fine Christian man in his community. But on this day he had driven over two hundred miles because he heard me give a message... Read more →

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