Reformed Spirituality


Thoughts on how the Bible teachings of the Reformation and Puritan Christianity should affect our souls and change our lives. is a personal website of Simon Padbury, and it is owned and maintained by him.

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Simon Padbury is a communicant member of the Presbyterian Reformed Church in Stockton-on-Tees, England (UK).

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Recent Posts

In Preservation of the Saints

When the Son of Man Returns

Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth? (Luke 18:8b)

May 14, 20204 min read

In Preservation of the Saints

I Will Build My Church

Though we do not see him while he is seated on the throne at the right hand of God in heaven, yet Christ is even now reigning on earth—and this is why his government is still increasing in the earth.

May 08, 20209 min read

In Preservation of the Saints

Abide in the Vine

The New Testament has many warnings, exhortations and encouragements to the saints’ perseverance in the faith, but these are not inconsistent with God’s promises of the saints’ total preservation in the faith.

April 09, 20206 min read