Tag Archives: Second London Baptist Confession

Adorn Your Faith

C.H. Spurgeon wrote: Be not ashamed of your faith; remember it is the ancient gospel of the martyrs, confessors, reformers, and saints. Above all, it is the truth of God, against which all the gates of Hell cannot prevail. Let … Continue reading

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Good Works In Christ

As a follow-up to last week’s post I wanted to share how God views the good works of His children (Christians). In the previous post, obedience to God’s commands was highlighted. Your immediate response may have been: “There is no … Continue reading

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The Definition of Chalcedon

Over the past month or so I have mentioned the Definition of Chalcedon several times in sermons, Sunday School and various conversations. I wanted to post it in full for those who want to read it but don’t know where … Continue reading

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Historic Doctrine

On Sunday I mentioned the Doctrine of the Trinity in my sermon and thought it would be helpful to offer some historic confessional statements on the doctrine. Second London Baptist Confession 1689 In this divine and infinite Being there are … Continue reading

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Context is King

The sermon text this past Sunday was 1 Peter 3:18-22, which is a difficult passage. During the sermon I mentioned the extra-biblical book of 1 Enoch. (By extra-biblical I mean it is not recognized as a part of the authoritative, … Continue reading

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Baptism

The sermon this Sunday will be on Baptism. Below are the catechism questions from the Baptist Catechism which is based on the Second London Baptist Confession 1689. Q. 97: What is baptism? A. Baptism is an ordinance of the New … Continue reading

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Diligent Use

On Sunday we utilized a portion of the Baptist Catechism, based on the Second London Baptist Confession, in our time of corporate worship. Question and Answer 90 reads as follows: Q. 90: What does God require of us that we … Continue reading

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Catechism on the Ten Commandments – Part One

I have recently started reading through a Catechism based on the Second London Baptist Confession of 1689. The 1689 Confession is a historic and landmark confession that quickly made its way across the Atlantic and became the standard confession for … Continue reading

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