A rough hand is better than a smooth tongue.
God’s hand is not disturbed by man’s wickedness.
Those who are stedfast in Christ ought to be stedfast for Him.
The peace of God in the soul is an excellent remedy for a quarrelsome temper.
Satan’s servants do not always perform their work in their master’s name (Matt. 7.22).
It is better to be slow of tongue in speaking of Christ, than to be slow of heart to believe in Him.
It is possible to have the doctrines of grace in the head, and not the grace of the doctrines in the heart.
A mere theoretical knowledge of the Gospel begets pride; but an experimental knowledge of it begets humility.
Names written with chalk may be easily erased; but not so those that are graven: “I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands.”
When God converts the soul of His people, He performs a good work in them, without asking them any questions, as to when He shall do it, or how He shall do it.
When Satan lifts a sinner high, it is with a view to cast him down low; but when God brings a sinner low, it is with a view to set him up on high. It is better to be brought low by God, than to be raised high by Satan.