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March To Zion
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A Primitive Baptist ministry celebrating the Finished Work of Jesus Christ.
A Primitive Baptist ministry celebrating the Finished Work of Jesus Christ.

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A video review of The Bible Study Notebook from our friend, Brother Rick Rairdon - https://youtu.be/83593_ttzMg

Looking for a resource that makes theology seem simple? Try The Bible Study Notebook by Elder Vernon Johnson. It is just over 500 pages and has 151 Bible lessons for disciples. http://bit.ly/1MO7JMX

What constitutes a valid baptism? Does any form, such as sprinkling or immersion, work? Can anyone baptize? Should both infants and adults be baptized? For what purpose should a person be baptized?

In this message, Ben Winslett attempts to answer these questions from scripture.

http://bit.ly/1XgnrDg

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New release! The 1,000 Year Reign by Elder Vernon Johnson - http://bit.ly/1TcOEqL
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Looking for a Primitive Baptist daily devotional? http://bit.ly/1TSgd2S
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Election! No, not the national one...God's election of a people to salvation? Who are the elect? Listen to learn.

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The cross was a place of suffering, but it was also a place of marvel, mysteries, and even miracles. http://bit.ly/22paZQM 

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Experience itself proves that salvation is the work of God alone.

Most people will willingly admit that before they confessed Christ as their savior that they were overwhelmingly convicted with a deep feeling of their sinfulness. Why the sudden change? Why are you perfectly content one day, and then suddenly consider all the world to be vanity the next day? Who is it that has convicted you of your sin? We would all answer, God. Some would explain this as prevenient grace that convicts a person to be saved, but this contradicts the very description of a natural, depraved man in Romans 3:9-18. To sum up, there is no fear of God in the 'unsaved' to create conviction. If you feel the conviction of your sins and are drawn to Christ, then God has already worked sovereignly in your heart.

Paul would employ the same argument in Ephesians 2. He starts by reminding his readers of their own experience, that they were dead before God gave them life (Eph. 2:1). This is further proved in verses 2-3, showing that their previous walk evidenced this depraved state. They could only sin, and they freely did it. Thankfully, Paul does not stop in verse 3. Verse 4 brings an exception clause to depravity, “But God.” In the next 6 verses (Eph. 2:4-9), Paul would further elaborate on this exception clause by telling them that the reason their present life is different from their previous walk is because of this life giving union that is with, in, and through Christ. Even your faith (ability to understand spiritual things) is a gift of God bestowed in the new birth. This is why Paul says we are his workmanship, and his alone.

Finally, Paul uses this foundation to exhort the Ephesians to godly living (Eph. 2:10). Because of God's work on the soul, the believer in Christ should be both convicted and encouraged to walk in newness of life (Galatians 2:20).

Now think back and consider your own experience.

See also Titus 3:3-7

-Joshua Winslett

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Constantly complaining about your pastor? It's like you're living in sin. 
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