Let me ask you a very serious and a very somber question. Did God just predestine some people for heaven? And did God just predestine some people for hell? Are we just pawns on the chessboard of faith? No. Absolutely not.
Seasoned practicing theologians and pastors can have their problems too. They have lived long enough to know how to tap into the rebellious nature of youth—if they wish to throw a little petrol on the four hundred year old fracas whose smoldering burn path leads back to the Synod of Dort in 1618-19.
While I celebrate the autonomy of each Southern Baptist Church in directing their mission gifts however they feel led, I nevertheless believe that the Great Commission is best fulfilled by churches who freely choose to contribute through and not around traditional Cooperative Program channels.
Our Best For Jesus | Dr. Adrian Rogers Mark 14:3-9 Now, I want you to take God’s Word, and I want you to open it, please, to the Gospel of Mark, the 14th chapter. Today, we’re going to be thinking on “Our Best for Jesus.” Mark, the 14th chapter, and we begin in verse 3: […]