An address given by Col. D. V. Underwood at a meeting of the Sovereign Grace Union at Bethersden Kent on November llth 1987.
Magazine: Issue 4
When a man goes thirsty to the well, his thirst is not allayed merely by going there. On the contrary, it is increased by every step he goes. It is by what he draws out of the well that his thirst is satisfied. Just so it is not by the mere bodily exercise of waiting …
A saint cares to keep himself in God’s way, yet leaves the care of himself and his way to God. Ralph Venning 1620Â—1673.
God setteth the solitary in families: he bringeth out those which are bound with chains but the rebellious dwell in a dry land. Ps. 68.6.
A Fourth Letter to an elderly person
Notes of a Sermon by Robert Murray MCheyne
Therefore seeing we have this ministry as we have received mercy we faint not Corinthians 4.1-6.
He commands what we cannot do in order that we should know what we shall ask of Him. And this is faith which obtains by prayer what the law demands.
Grace cannot be severed from its fruits. If God gives you Paul’s faith, you will soon have James’s works.
Suppose a loving and beloved husband dies a violent death. Can his widow love and admire and value the sword or the pistol by which her husband lost his life? As little can true believers love sin; for by it Christ, the bridegroom of their souls, was put to death. A. M. Toplady 1740.1778
There is nothing destroyed by sanctification but that which would destroy us. William Jenkyn