Only once did God choose a completely sinless preacher. ~Alexander Whyte
J.C. Ryle Gems #2 Look to the cross, think of the cross, meditate on the cross--and then go and set your affections on the world if you can! A crucified Savior will never be content to have a self-pleasing, self-indulging, worldly-minded people! The Gospel was not meant merely to reside in our intellect, memories, and … Continue reading J.C. Ryle Quotes
(Thomas Brooks, "The Golden Key to Open Hidden Treasures") "If anyone would come after Me--he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow Me." Matthew 16:24 Let the sufferings of our Lord Jesus Christ, work us into a gracious willingness to embrace sufferings for His sake, and cheerfully and resolutely to take up … Continue reading He Left Heaven!
(Francis Bourdillon) "We do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are" Hebrews4:15 In all our infirmities and troubles of every kind--in pain and sickness, in poverty and need, in anxiety and grief--Jesus has a sympathetic heart for … Continue reading Christ Jesus Sympathises
"I am the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd lays down His life for the sheep." John 10:11 "You are to give Him the name Jesus, because He will save His people from their sins." Matthew 1:21 Where does the Word of God proclaim . . . an atonement that doesn't atone, a redemption that doesn't redeem, a deliverance that doesn't deliver, a ransom that doesn't set free, a Savior who … Continue reading Universal Nonsense!
“”Deliver him from going down to the pit, for I have found a ransom.’ Job. 33:24. There is not a gleam of light in the case till you come to that divine word…Did you ever get any comfort for your troubled souls till you were led to see the ransom found by God in … Continue reading A Ransom For Us!
Only Christ could build a bridge to God, with only two pieces of wood! ~Asahel Nettleton
Article by Rachel Jankovic Guest Contributor A few years ago, when I just had four children and when the oldest was still three, I loaded them all up to go on a walk. After the final sippy cup had found a place and we were ready to go, my two-year-old turned to me and said, … Continue reading Motherhood Is a Calling And Where Your Children Rank