Our works are counted righteous in the sight of God, because any imperfections in them are obliterated by the blood of Christ. J. Calvin
Magazine: Issue 6
There is no tribunal so magnificent, no throne so stately, no show of triumph so distinguished, no chariot so elevated, as is the gibbet on which Christ hath subdued death and the devil. John Calvin
They…first gave their own selves to the Lord. 2 Corinthians 8.5.
PREACH THE WORD An account of David G. Crowter’s call to preach the gospel. As the Lord may help me to speak of my exercises concerning the ministry, I think it would be as well first to mention three particular exercises which I felt so much; and then the way that the Lord brought it …
RECEIVING AND BELIEVING. Sermon Mr. S. Delves. Crowborough But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God. even to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man. but of God. …
We many times speak of spiritual things, but are not spiritual in speaking of them. Ralph Yenning 1620Â—1673.
PERSONS WITH BURDENS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PASS THROUGH
See in me Thy work, not mine. If thou seest mine, thou condemnest; if thou seest thine own, thou crownest. Whatever good works I have are of thee.
You are nothing in yourself, sin is yours, merit God’s. Punishment is your due; and when the reward shall come. God shall crown His own gifts, not your merits.
Expository thoughts on the Parable of the Sower as recorded in Luke 8. 4-15.