GRACE TRUTH MINISTRIES
We are a ministry declaring God's Grace in Truth.



---Colossians 1:26,27)---(26) Even the mystery which hath been hid from ages and from generations, but now is made manifest to his saints:(27)--- To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory: ---




ANOTHER GOSPEL
THE HERESY OF FREE WILL

Can two walk together except they be agreed?" Amos 3:3). They cannot, I could not walk half a dozen yards in agreement with any free-will walker. This may be owing to what a lady in Mallow, Ireland, styles my " hot temper." Well, let it be so. Compromise with error I hate, coquetting with free-will traitors I disdain. With me, it is either God's free-grace, or man's free-will. Which of the two has the preeminence with us? God's free-grace and no admixture will do for me. Now, if two are walking together, there must be agreement. Blessed be the name of our God, the agreement wrought between Himself and us is all His own work, according to His good pleasure in Christ Jesus by the power of the Holy Ghost in us. Reconciliation is God's work in elect man, not man's work with God. See Colossians 1:21, "And you that were sometime alienated and enemies in your mind by wicked works, yet now hath He reconciled." That blessed word reconcile in every portion of God's Word, has reference to His people, and not to Himself. We know nothing of a reconciled God, but we do know something of a reconciled people to an ever-loving and compassionate God.

By Thomas Bradbury




LISTEN TO SERMON
GOD'S GRACE IS NEVER IN VAIN




GARY SHEPARD
THE POSTER CHILD FOR FREEWILL
BILL PARKER
ANOTHER GOSPEL
GARY SHEPARD
BEWARE OF FALSE PROPHETS
KEN WIMER
BEWARE OF DOGS
WILLIAM HUNTINGTON
THE ARMINIAN SKELETON
SAMUEL TURNER
ARMINIANISM IN THE OVEN
BILL PARKER
THE DANGER OF FALSE SHEPHERD
RANDY WAGES
MAKING MERCHANDISE OF YOU
GARY SHEPARD
THE SATANIC TRINITY



This completely excludes all works, merits, or claim on man's part in the way of salvation, and stamps God, and God alone, as the dispenser of His grace or favor to whom He wills. Free-grace is consequently diametrically opposed to free-will. It is only by confounding the two terms "free" in these compound words that the opposite idea can be fostered. The word "free" in the compound "free-grace," means, as has been shown, without cause or undeservedly: the word "free" in the compound "free-will," means unrestricted, or a power to act at pleasure on the part of man. In short, it is only by confounding the sound with the sense of these two words that the absurdity I allude to can meet with acceptance. Free-grace is grace given by God to the individual on whom He wills to have mercy. Free-will is the will or power of man to seize upon, or to demand grace from God, whether God wills to give it or not! An awful error! An error that has been held tenaciously, as a lie in the right hand, by countless souls gone into eternity; and error that is still slaying its thousands, and tens of thousands! May the Lord be pleased to deliver the readers of these pages from its terrible consequences!

By William Parks






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