Free Grace Friday is a weekly post sharing updates and book excerpts from Free Grace Press. Each Friday we will be posting news about FGP books, featuring excerpts, and most exciting for you, telling you how you can get access to great sales on biblically solid, Christ-honoring resources from FGP. What is the Lord’s Day? […]
Today’s post comes from John Owen (1616-1683) and deals with the provision of grace against sin in believers. Though Owen is harder to read than some, consider his words today from his exposition on Psalm 130 (free here). In this excerpt, Owen discusses how true believers will never ultimately fall away from Christ, but must […]
By Robert Gonzales Jr. A careful reading of Luke 22:14-20 reveals that the Lord’s Supper is closely associated with an OT Jewish feast called “Passover.” This fact underscores an important truth: Christianity is not at odds with the religion of the Old Testament. Rather, it’s the fulfillment of OT religion. That’s why Jesus appends the […]
by Preston Kelso Guess Who? Who was it that rescued young Moses from the waters of the Nile River? For that matter, who was her father? Who came from “the East” to worship and honor the young King Jesus? Who, hanging next to the crucified Christ, said, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your […]
Free Grace Friday is a weekly post sharing updates and book excerpts from Free Grace Press. Each Friday we will be posting news about FGP books, featuring excerpts, and most exciting for you, telling you how you can get access to great sales on biblically solid, Christ honoring resources from FGP. The Book of Revelation […]
by Barry Wolfer In the middle of March, 2020, California ordered its residents to stay at home and isolate to avoid the rapid spreading of Covid-19. Soon, other states joined the self-enforced quarantine movement. Within a matter of weeks, most of America’s residents had been told by their state government to stay at home and […]
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