Greek Lesson: “And You Hath He Quickened” in Ephesians 2:1

As you notice, the clause “hath he quickened” in Ephesians 2:1 is italicized in the King James Version, meaning it was supplied by the translators for the sake of translating the complete thought contained in the Greek Textus Receptus, from which the KJV was translated. Modern English translations forego including this clause and occasionally it…

Why Did God Save Us?

Why did God save us? This is one of the greatest questions ever asked! In this short video Ben Winslett answers that question from Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.

A Primitive Baptist Perspective on Galatians

Joshua Winslett has released a new study aid for the book of Galatians, the product of an exposition he conducted of the book in 2019. Information about this resource is found in our book store. As with all titles on, orders for books are handled through Lulu. More information: click here.

Redemption! | Titus 2:14

If one was to pick a verse with more “salvation concepts” to unpack than others, Titus 2:14​ would definitely be on the top of the list. Our Saviour Jesus, His identity, His suffering, the cross, the redemption of a particular people, and the response they have to grace…all wrapped up in one statement! Join us…

New Website Build!

Guess what? Our fresh website is now live! We still have a little tweaking to do here or there, but we’re pleased to announce the all new

What is the difference between Primitive Baptists and Reformed Baptists?

This question often arises when viewing these two Baptist families. Both groups hold similar beliefs on many core Christian essentials. Both groups affirm the Trinity, the eternal Sonship of Christ, the inspiration and preservation of the Bible, the virgin birth of Christ, the Hypostatic union, the sovereignty of God in salvation, eternal security, as well…

Psalm 30 | Hugh Sanders

We were blessed to have Elder Hugh Sanders fill a special appointment at Flint River last night, Monday November 25, 2019. His message, an exposition of Psalm 30, was very encouraging. You can watch it via the Marchtozion youtube channel or download it in mp3 format. MP3 version: Click here to download

Thoughts on Conversion, by Mike Ivey

By Mike Ivey In most instances, a Bible student’s understanding of conversion falls into one of two categories. Some believe conversion relates exclusively to the new birth; that in all cases conversion is an immediate and exclusive effect of regeneration. Others believe it has a number of facets or principles including conversion in the new…

Encouragement in the Lord

“And David was greatly distressed; for the people spake of stoning him, because the soul of all the people was grieved, every man for his sons and daughters: but David encouraged himself in the Lord his God.” – 1 Samuel 30:6 This verse is given to us in the aftermath of an Amalekite raid upon David…