Category: Christadelphian

Exhortations

Itching Ears

The apostle Paul, in his letters to Timothy, warns him of the dangers of false doctrine. “For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears.” That is a warning to us all, we shouldn’t accept doctrine just because […]

Andrew McFarland Campbell 
Exhortations

Christ as a boy

Last week, I talked about the Apostle Paul and how the Bible gives us some intriguing clues about his background before his conversion. This week I’m going to look at Christ’s background before he began his ministry. Apart from the accounts of his birth and the visit of the wise men, there is really only […]

Andrew McFarland Campbell 
Exhortations

The Promises of God

Generally speaking, the promises of God come in two different types: those which are conditional and those which are unconditional. In both types the justice, forgiveness, and majesty of God come shining through. The conditional promises, like God’s promise to overthrow Nineveh in forty days, or the promise to set Israel on high above all […]

Andrew McFarland Campbell 
Exhortations

Grace

Our faith in God is not a one sided thing. God cares for us and loves us, as a father loves his children. There is something very special, however, about the love that God shows, and the New Testament has a special word for it. God’s love for us is his grace. This point is […]

Andrew McFarland Campbell 
Exhortations

Psalm 37

One of the very beautiful things about the Bible is the sheer quality of the writing. The words of man are weak and feeble. The words of God are strong and everlasting. This is particularly evident when writing an exhortation. I was going to write something about God’s love for us, and the way he […]

Andrew McFarland Campbell