John Kent was dying. He was soon to pass into the eternal world. He would then have to appear before God. It ought to be a solemn question for everyone in that position: Will God accept me? Can He accept me as someone who is perfectly righteous, as someone who has kept God’s law perfectly? [Read more…]
The Gaelic Supplement is published every quarter, and is sent free of charge on request to subscribers of the Free Presbyterian Magazine. The Supplements for 2017, in PDF format, can now be downloaded at this link.
This year’s Theological Conference will be held, God willing, in St Jude’s Free Presbyterian Church, Glasgow, on Tuesday October 31st and Wednesday November 1st. Rev J R Tallach is to act as chairman. It is expected that the following papers will be read, all of them in public: Tuesday 2.30 pm – Luther and Erasmus [Read more…]
From Grace to Glory: Meditations on the Book of Psalms by Murdoch Campbell (pb 233pp) RRP £13.95 Offer Price £11.15 Particular Redemption: The End and Design of the Death of Christ by John Hurrion (pb 161 pp) RRP £5.75 Offer Price £4.59 Autobiography of C H Spurgeon (hb 1114 pp) RRP £ 34.00 Offer price £27.19 A Spiritual Treasury for [Read more…]
The induction of Rev Donald Macdonald to the Staffin Congregation will be held on Tuesday, 24 October 2017, in the Staffin Free Presbyterian church at 6.30 pm, and the Western Presbytery will meet in the church vestry at 6.15 pm. The Moderator, Rev I D MacDonald, will preach and preside, the Lord willing. (Rev) D A [Read more…]
The worldly world is a constant enemy for the Christian. It seems always to be with us, clamouring for our attention and seeking to dazzle our eyes. Like Bunyan’s pilgrims we cannot avoid making our way through “Vanity Fair”. These days the distractions can be portable and may even accompany us everywhere we go unless [Read more…]
The latest FP Bookroom catalogue is available at this link.
[The Free Church Declaratory Act of 1892/93 purported to explain the meaning of the Westminster Confession of Faith. What it really did was very different. It contradicted, not clarified, the Confession. The Free Presbyterian Church was formed to protest against that. The first volume of the Free Presbyterian Magazine ran a series of articles, from [Read more…]
A date has been set for the official opening of the Carterton church building at 124 High Street North on Friday, 14th July 2017 at 7.00 pm, the Lord willing. Rev Jett Smith (Auckland) will be taking the service. Following this, a light supper will be served. The Carterton friends look forward to seeing anyone who is able to [Read more…]
Education Implementation Proposal The recommendations of a report from the Education Committee to Synod were approved on 24 May 2017. The Committee now has the task of implementing these recommendations as follows: Form a development team to convert parts of the existing Zimbabwe Mission Primary School Bible Knowledge course to a Web-based learning facility. This [Read more…]