Happy weekend guys! Here in the Philippines we are entering the rainy season but that doesnt stop our church family day tomorrow. Hope everyone will enjoy this one hurrah for the summer.
Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies that are waiting to be downloaded. And if your new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.
FREE music, lead sheets and chord charts- Zac Hicks, Coral Ridge Music and Coral Ridge Worship has a list of homegrown music you can listen and sing at your church. Here’s the link to the lead sheets and chords and here’s for the music.
FREE seminary level classes – Intersect Project offers 3 seminary classes free of charge. You can take this free classes at your own phase and at the comfort of your home.
FREE ebook “God, You & Sex” by David White – Here’s the deal. Get the free and advance digital copy of this book published by Harvest USA by joining the book launch team. You’ll get the free e-book and you be a part of launching this book through social media.
FREE e-book “Jesus Christ Our Righteousness” by Charles Spurgeon– Chapel Library lastest freebie is from the Prince of Preacher.
FREE MP3 songs for kids – Christ The Truth blog has these great mp3 songs and videos you can check out and use for free.
FREE Bible study– Grace Covers Me blog has you covered this summer with this 6-week Bible study based on the book Messy Beautiful Friendship. Download the leader and participants guides here free.
FREE e-book “Discipling” by Mark Dever– This is a great free e-book of the amazing series from 9 Marks is offered by Crossway for an limited time.
Do you want more freebies? Check out these past blog post:
Hey people here’s your favorite post. Hot and fresh quotes from the books “Preach: Theology Meets Practice” by Mark Dever and Greg Gilbert; and “ The KJV Only Controversy ” by James R. White . If you enjoyed these quotes, please buy the books at your nearest Christian bookstore or on Amazon. Feel free to share this post over your social media. God bless you and enjoy your week! “Conspiratorial thinking tends to see the “facts” in such a way as to always support one’s preconceived notions. Once a person has accepted the idea that the “modern versions” are somehow in league with one another to “get” the KJV and to “hide” God’s truths, every instance of variation between the KJV and those versions is filled with great importance. Rather than examining the facts and gaining a proper perspective on the issue, KJV Only advocates find in the most innocent scribal error a grand scheme to rob Christ of His deity or deny that salvation is by grace through faith.” “Modern translations of the Bible as a matter of standard practice Greek include textual footnotes to indicate to the reader uhere the or Hebrew manuscripts contain variants. KJV Only advocates, generally, dislike such footnotes, feeling that they can “confuse” the reader, and that they are, in fact, faith-destroying. If a version dares to note that a word, phrase, or verse is questionable, it will be accused of “attacking” the Word of God by those who defme the KJV as the Word of God. Unfortunately, many defenders of the AV seem to be unaware of the fact, noted previously,” that the King James Version contained 8, 422 such marginal readings and notes when it was first published. A High quality printings of the King James to this day, such as those printed at Cambridge, contain these references, though many printed in America omit these items.” “God has indeed the KJV, for which we can all be very thankful. And I do not doubt for a second that He will continue to bless those who read it and obey it. But God blessed the Septuagint, too. And the Vulgate. And translations in dozens of different languages as well. God has blessed the NASB, and the NIV and many others. God blesses those who seek His will and follow it. Those who fmd His will in the NIV are just as blessed as those who find it in the KJV. Limiting God’s blessing to a particular translation of the Bible is historically untenable and spiritually dangerous.”
“The KJV was not the first English translation, nor the last. Hence, it is perfectly logical to ask, “Why should I use it as the standard by which I am to test all others?” Yet the reason, almost always, is found in the equation, “The King James Bible Alone = the Word of God Alone.” That’s the starting point, the foundation of the entire system.”
“The King James Only controversy, by its very nature, brings disruption and contention right into the pews of the local Christian church. KJV Only advocates, due to the nature of their beliefs, are often disruptive of the fellowship in churches, feeling that their message of “God’s one true Bible” needs to be heard by all. Anyone who does not “know what they know” needs to be told quickly, and most often, forcefully. And since much of the KJV Only material alleges grand and complex conspiracies on the part of the modem
translations, distrust of others who use (or would even defend) those translations often results in schisms within the fellowship and a debilitation of the local body.”
“The Holy Spirit uses the preached word to give spiritual life to those who are spiritually dead, and He uses the preached word to conform God’s people more closely to the image of Jesus. As preachers of the Word, we should have no less confidence in it than God Himself does. When we preach we should do so with the full conviction that God will accomplish His purposes through His Word. It will not return to Him empty.” — Mark Dever and Greg Gilbert
“Scripture is useful for doctrinal instruction, both positively and negatively, and it is useful for ethical instruction, again both positively and negatively. Taken together, all that provides a pretty comprehensive map of what is required to edify a church and build Christians up in Christ.” — Mark Dever and Greg Gilbert
Hey people heres your favorite post. Hot and fresh quotes from the books “Preach: Theology Meets Practice” by Mark Dever and Greg Gilbert, “Young, Restless and Reformed” by Collin Hansen, . If you enjoyed these quotes, please buy the books at your nearest Christian bookstore or on Amazon. Feel free to share this post over your social media. God bless you and enjoy your week!
“Christian preaching, though, has at its heart the desire to make a change, to say something the world does not hear from anywhere else and does not even want to hear. It’s not that Christian preachers are looking for ways to be contrarian. It’s that the message we have been given to preach is the countercultural, status quo challenging, and offensive declaration that the human race is in rebellion against our King, and that our choices are to be judged for that rebellion or to accept love and forgiveness from His hand.” — Mark Dever and Greg Gilbert
“Too many churches today have preachers who look to the culture around them not simply for the most effective methods of communicating their message but for the most effective message to be preached.” — Mark Dever and Greg Gilbert
“Understanding that theological truth about preaching can make all the difference between a milque-toast preaching ministry that just makes suggestions about a few things “we might want to think about” and a preaching ministry that heralds the good news, direct from the throne of God, that those who trust Jesus and confess Him as Lord will find mercy, forgiveness, salvation—and new life!—in His hand.”– Mark Dever and Greg Gilbert
“Humanly speaking, God’s sovereignty seems to threaten human responsibility. But Scripture affirms both truths. Even when we don’t understand, we can thank God that he does not limit himself according to our understanding. God gives Christians all the motivation they need to share their faith. We evangelize for God and his glory, out of love for our neighbors. We have confidence because there is no greater evangelist than the Holy Spirit.” — Collin Hansen
“Christians must seek not a return to the Reformation or the First Great Awakening but a return to Jesus Christ, the founder and perfecter of our faith.”– Collin Hansen
“Mere knowledge is not the end of Calvinism or any other theology. Theology should drive a Christian toward transformation—toward greater worship of God and more powerful service for his sake.”– Collin Hansen
“Maybe you can only survive so long on a self-help diet. Eventually you get pretty sick of yourself. A biblical understanding of God—big beyond description, active, perfectly holy—tastes much better than junk-food pop psychology.”– Collin Hansen