Have you noticed that lots of things can cloud young minds to the truth of the gospel? Images of dusty churches, cultural bias, even overfamiliarity...

Here at Reformation Lightning, we produce books that blow away these clouds.

We are 10ofThose' Christian fiction Imprint for young people and we create thrilling stories that point to the greatest gospel story and give truth a clear avenue into the hearts and imaginations of kids. Designed to be read by children from all walks of life, their subtlety means they are perfect for those who do and don't know Jesus; for a Christian camp, a classroom, to give to a friend... You get the idea.

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Scripture alone

Only Scripture, because it is God’s inspired Word, is our inerrant, sufficient, and final authority for the church. This is because, as Paul says, “All Scripture is breathed-out by God” and “profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work" (2 Tim. 3:16–17).

Christ alone

The Father saved us by sending his Son to “become flesh” (John 1:14) to represent us, substituting himself on our behalf. Where we failed to keep the law, Christ obeyed the law for us; where we deserve the penalty for breaking the law, Christ died for us. Christ fulfilled the law we could not keep, and he bore the wrath of God that we deserve (Rom 3:21–26), and gives us God's approval that we don't deserve.

Faith alone

How does the believer receive the redemption Christ has accomplished? Through faith and faith alone. Rather than trusting in ourselves, we trust in Jesus Christ. Faith is the instrument through which we receive righteousness. Through faith in Christ that blessed status in Christ, which God alone can give, is given to us. Paul warns us that no one will be justified by works but only through faith in Christ (Gal. 2:15–3:14).

Grace alone

Our salvation is by grace and by grace alone. God’s election “depends not on human will or exertion, but on God, who has mercy” (Rom. 9:16). In fact, the grace that saves us is, as John Newton so famously sung, “amazing,” because it does not originate with us at all but stems from God’s mercy in eternity. His choice, in short, is not conditioned on us; that would give us reason to boast. Rather, his electing grace is unconditional.

God's glory alone

Only if our salvation is by grace alone will God alone receive all the glory.

If there is something of our own we can claim, then we no longer boast in Christ alone. But if he is the author and finisher of our salvation then he alone is to be magnified for his sovereign grace.

Praise be to God!


*Taken and simplified from The Gospel Coalition


Reformation Lightning is an imprint of 10Publishing and available to buy from 10ofthose.com