8 Favorite Quotes from the Book “Can I Know God’s Will?”(R. C. Sproul)

Here are my favorite quotes from the book, Can I Know God’s Will? by R. C. Sproul published by Reformation Trust Publishing . If you want to support the author, you can buy the physical book or download it on Kindle for free by following this link.

“…there is a God who is sovereign, whose will is greater than ours. His will restricts my will. My will cannot restrict His will. When He decrees something sovereignly, it will come to pass—whether I like it or not, whether I choose it or not. He is sovereign. I am subordinate.”

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The Freebie Round-Up #16

2njbdw7Its Reformation Week! What better way to celebrate its 501 th year than to have some freebies for you. Dont forget to share this stuff to others. Praying that these resources will point you to Christ goodness and to prepare you to serve others.

FREE “Freedom Movement: 500 Years of Reformation” by Michael Reeves – Luther really changed the world and influence countless individuals. This free resources captures the essence of the movement written as an evangelistic resource by Michael Reeves made possible by Desiring God.

FREE audio download of “Science and the Bible” by Rob Bowman from Credo Courses – Final day to get the audio format of the lecture, so be use to download it NOW!

*In case you missed these : 5 Christian Podcast You Should Be Listening Right Now7 Awesome Ways to Learn Church History Online for Free, 7 Short But Excellent Christian Books I Have Read, 5 Important Things to Do Before Starting to Read A Book3 Essential Reasons to Re-Read Your Favorite Book. 

FREE e-book “Everyone’s a Theologian” by R. C. Sproul – This free resource is a primer for systematic theology that is a must read for every Christian discussing the Bible.

FREE e-book “Practical Christianity by A. W. Pink –  one of the newest title Monergism has released, Pink expounded the Scriptures to teach the believers on applying it in their lives.

*In case you missed these: Collecting the Past: Delighting Grace Interviews Caleb of Log College Press,  Accessible Apologetics: Delighting Grace Interviews Jason L. PetersenSquad Goals: Delighting Grace Interviews Theron St. JohnTested by Time: Delighting Grace Interviews Dr. Isabelo Magalit.

FREE e-book “Commentary of 1 Thessalonians” by Todd Braye – a collection of 27 sermon manuscripts intended for Filipino pastors now free to download.

FREE 3 e-books about John Calvin from John Piper + free video from Desiring God – A fitting freebie for October 31 celebration, Desiring God offers these e-books and a video absolutely free.

FREE 3 e-books on Martin LutherA biography and two books written by Luther, these will keep you busy till the 31st .

The Quotable Round-Up #71

tpn6bjcHappy New Year to all!!! To jump start this year here’s a mix bag of quotes from the books of J. I. Packer, Nathan Busenitz, and R. C. Srpoul. May these quotes be your guide this year on what books you’ll buy and read. God bless and Enjoy Jesus!

“If life is a journey, then the million-word-long Holy Bible is the large-scale map with everything in it, and the hundred-word Apostles’ Creed (so called, not because apostles wrote it—despite later legend, they didn’t—but because it teaches apostolic doctrine) is the simplified road map, ignoring much but enabling you to see at a glance the main points of Christian belief.”
— J. I. Packer, Affirming the Apostle’s Creed

“It is only because of the sweet savor of the work of Christ that a holy God can look upon sinners with pleasure instead of wrath.” — Nathan Busenitz, Long Before Luther

“If sinners are to be accepted in God’s sight, it will not be on account of their merits. The debt of sin can only be repaid through the righteous working of another. Though the Son of God owed nothing, He became a man so that He “might pay this [debt of sin] for others who did not have the wherewithal to pay what they owed. For the life of that Man is more precious than everything which is not God, and surpasses every debt which sinners owe in satisfaction.”
— Nathan Busenitz, Long Before Luther

“On the cross Jesus was just in himself and sinner by imputation. When Scripture speaks of Jesus becoming sin for us, it does not mean that he became in himself a sinner. If that were the case, he would not have been worthy to save himself, let alone us.”
— R. C. Sproul, Justified by Faith Alone

“By faith the justified person receives all the blessings of God due to Jesus for his perfect obedience. In this regard Christ is our righteousness.”
— R. C. Sproul, Justified by Faith Alone

“Our redemption is grounded in a double imputation by which our sins are transferred to Christ in the atonement and his righteousness is transferred to us.”
— R. C. Sproul, Justified by Faith Alone

“The Reformers insisted that the merit of Christ and the benefits of his saving work are applied freely to the sinner by faith alone. Rome has the sinner doing necessary works of satisfaction by which he gains congruous merit in order to be justified by Christ.”
— R. C. Sproul, Justified by Faith Alone