Waverings where faith is, are like the tossings of a ship fast at anchor. Stephen Charnock
Author: Murdoch Campbell
A running sore may lie under a purple robe. Stephen Charnock
A man may wear Christ’s livery and do the devil’s drudgery. George Swinnock
Guests may be in the house, when they look not out of the windows. William Secker
THE DANGERS OF SELF-DECEPTION John Angell James It will help you in the solemn business of self-examination, if I place before you a tabular view of some of the leading marks of false, and true professors, arranged in opposite columns: MARKS OF SELF-DECEIVED PROFESSORS MARKS OF TRUE SAINTS 1. When deep concern about salvation ceased …
For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds 2 Cor. 10.4.
Psalms 63-64: Retaining our nearness to God
My soul followeth hard after thee.
“Doubtings, fears, and temptations, if not ordinarily prevailing, are consistent with gospel assurance. Though the devil’s power is limited in reference to the saints, yet his hands are not tied; though he cannot prevail against them, yet he can assault them. And although there is not “an evil heart of unbelief in believers yet there …
Faith doth the same to the devil that unbelief doth to God. John Bunyan