Watch ye therefore and pray always that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass and to stand before the Son of man. Luke 21 36.
Magazine: Issue 6
Jesus employs very strange hands sometimes to do His work and carry His message. Berridge.
THOU SHALT REMEMBER Near this spot on September 22nd, 1557 JOHN NOYES suffered martyrdom at the stake. Among his last words were,Â— “Fear not them that kill the body but fear Him that can kill body and soul and cast them into everlasting fire.” “Blessed be the time that ever I was born to come …
And exhorted them all that with purpose of heart they would cleave unto the Lord.â€”Acts xi. 23.
DR. J. H. MERLE D’AUBIGNE After I had begun to preach Christ, I was so assailed and perplexed on coming into Germany by the sophisms of rationalism, that I was plunged into unutterable distress, and passed whole nights without sleeping, crying to God, or endeavouring by arguments and syllogisms without end to repel the attack …
He that hath slight thoughts of sin, never had great thoughts of God. Psalm 50.21. J. Owen
Men may love their friends more than they can help them, but the loving kindness of God is attended with a power as infinite as itself. Ps. 146.5. Charnock
Then they cried unto the LORD in their trouble and he delivered them out of their distresses. Psalm 107; 6.
(An extract from Pilgrims Progress)
THE IMPECCABILITY OF JESUS CHRIST The word “impeccability” means, ‘not liable to error or to sin, perfect.’ The question is NOT whether Christ ever sinned, For all are agreed that He did not. The question is whether Christ was incapable of sinning, that He could not sin, that He was not liable to error and …