Marc Dupont

Biblical Grace Under Assault Part 2: The Ugly Face of Narcissism – Marc Dupont – November 14, 2011

Last year I wrote the first article focused on the growing misunderstanding and misapplication of God’s grace. In short, the first one dealt with the growing issue of many within the contemporary church of incorrectly perceiving grace as a license for doing what ever one desired to without any sense of consequences. It is false spirituality to claim to be… Read more →

Grace Under Assault – Marc Dupont – November 29, 2010

God’s grace does not give us the freedom to do what we like and get away with it. It releases the power of God’s Word and Spirit to become individuals conformed to Christ. Over the last few years a number of ministries have embraced a perception of grace that, Biblically speaking, is demonically distorted. True God given grace does not… Read more →

The Spirit of Lawlessness – Marc DuPont

The apostle Paul wrote to the church of Thessalonica regarding the “mystery of lawlessness”. When one’s heart is governed by narcissism one’s lifestyle, thoughts, words, and actions will be governed by one’s own desires as much as one feels it is safe to do so. Today’s western world society is more and more resembling Paul’s prophetic words of 2 Thessalonians:… Read more →

First Things First – Marc DuPont

The patterns God has displayed in both the Old and New Testament are vital to understand. God is quite particular in not only how He does things, but the order in which He does things. The predominant message of the Gospels is the message of the nearness of the Kingdom of God. The Greek word “basileia”, which translates as “kingdom”… Read more →

Adventuring with God, by Marc A. Dupont

One of the key indicators of cultural perspectives and values permeating contemporary Christianity is the popular view that Biblical success can always be equated with a lack of difficulties. In fact, in many Christian circles any and all problems encountered are assumed to be a result of either sin in one’s life or spiritual warfare. While the latter may always… Read more →