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Keeping it Simple - Definite Atonement
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BLOG ON: SERMON Atonement: Potential or Actual
Free Presbyterian Church of Malvern
Rev. Stephen Hamilton
Did Christ die to make salvation POSSIBLE for all men who ever lived OR will live, or did He die to make salvation SURE and CERTAIN for many? The Bible teaches an atonement for sin that really atones, and a salvation which is infallibly certain for all for whom it was intended: MATTHEW 1 v.21; JOHN 6 v.39; 10 v.11. If Christ intended by His death on Calvary to save every single human being in history then He has failed in His intention. If He shed His blood to infallibly secure heaven for all men without exception then He shed His blood in vain for those who end up in Hell. If he paid the price, the ransom, the sin-debt for everyone who ever lived then how can God demand the payment again from those who are everlastingly punished? Would a just God punish His Son for their sins and then punish them in Hell for the same sins? Did Jesus do nothing more for the believers who go to Heaven than He did for those unbelievers who go to Hell? And for how many of their sins did Jesus die? Our opponents will argue that such are lost because of their unbelief and NOT because Jesus did not pay for their sins. I reply: Then He did NOT die for all their sins at all, because they are in hell for the sin of unbelief!! The atonement of Christ is limited by the Arminian-types, because it does not save all for whom it was made. I believe in an Atonement which is unlimited in its power, but only limited in its extent. After all, Christ did NOT die for the Devil. He did NOT die for the angels that sinned and who were cast down to hell. So, the Atonement is limited already in its extent - it is limited to sinful men. The question comes down to this: If God had intended to save every one of His creatures would Christ's atonement have secured that end? Absolutely, yes! But is THAT what God intended? No! He COULD have damned ALL men without exception - for they were ALL wilful rebels, and obstinate sinners against Him. Yet, out of that mass of doomed humanity He chose to "save some":i.e.His people whom He foreknew; His sheep; His elect; His own. He chose them, Christ died for them, The Holy Spirit regenerates them, and every one of them will be in glory forever - and all to the praise of His glory! This is the "simple" truth.
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Rev. Stephen Hamilton is the minister of Lehigh Valley Free Presbyterian Church, Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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THE POPE IN AMERICA***
MONDAY, OCTOBER 05, 2015
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The euphoria surrounding the visit of "Pope" Francis, fuelled by the wall-to-wall coverage by the uncritical mass-media, is truly sad to witness. The spectacle of sheer, unadulterated man-worship is truly appalling. It needs to be remembered, by...
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Church Building
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2015
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The Lehigh Valley Free Presbyterian Church has now secured its own permanent meeting-place for the worship of God. On Monday, August 31st 2015 the church building at 233 Main Street, Walnutport, Pa was purchased outright by the church. This is an...
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Superbowl and the Church
TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2015
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The annual NFL spectacle known as "Superbowl" attracts billions of TV viewers around the world. Being held, not surprisingly, on a Sunday Evening each year there are many professing Christians - including Pastors - who are so obsessed with this...
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Casual Dress and Casual Worship
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 09, 2014
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One of the regrettable features of the Church in our day is the tendency toward casual worship. It has become customary in some churches to cater both to those who prefer a "traditional" form of worship, and those who have a preference for the...
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Charismatic Calvinism
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 06, 2013
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The relatively recent phenomenon of "Reformed Charismatism" is dangerous and divisive. Those who claim to be both Calvinistic AND Charismatic are guilty of attempting to join together two mutually exclusive positions - i.e. The canon of Scripture...
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Jesus - an "Ecumenical Separatist"?
FRIDAY, MARCH 08, 2013
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Some time ago I read a blog by a reformed minister entitled: "Jesus the Ecumenical Separatist". Notwithstanding his choice of the word "ecumenical", which in itself is legitimate but might be considered unwise in the current religious climate, I...
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A Tribute to my Dear Mother
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2013
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My dear mother, Charlotte Hamilton, of Groomsport, Northern Ireland went to be with Christ at five minutes till midnight on October 15th, 2012. Along with my 3 sisters I was with her when she passed away. It was a sad and touching moment for us,...
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My Position on the King James Bible (Authorised Version)
THURSDAY, JANUARY 03, 2013
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In the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster a stedfast adherence to the veracity and authority of Holy Scripture was central to the stand of the denomination, from its foundation in 1951. The following is an extract from the "Separated unto the...
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CCM: The Devil's Device
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 2012
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There can be little doubt that music is a powerful medium. Ths is recognised in the world at large - airports, restaurants, department stores, and even doctors' offices employ music to great effect. Advertisers have long understood how powerful...
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Rev. Stephen Hamilton is the minister of Lehigh Valley Free Presbyterian Church, Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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Ratzinger Re-affirms Rome's Anti-Christian Claims
MONDAY, DECEMBER 06, 2010
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In July 2007 "Pope" Benedict confirmed what all true, Bible-believing Protestants already believed: Rome still claims to be the ONLY true Church. This is still his position, not surprisingly, to this very day. Contrary to popular belief, Vatican...
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