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The god of this apostate generation!
      Don Fortner The god of this apostate generation no more resembles the God of the Bible than a gnat resembles an angel. The puny, pygmy, frustrated god of our day, is an idol carved from the trees which grow wild in the dark forests of their depraved ... read more

THE god OF THIS GENERATION?
      by A.W. Pink The "god" of this twentieth century no more resembles the Supreme Sovereign of Holy Writ than does the dim flickering of a candle the glory of the mid-day sun. The god who is now talked about in the average pulpit, spoken of in the ... read more

The Golden Key! The Golden Thread!
      from Octavius Winslow's, "Christ, the Alpha and Omega" Jesus is the one great theme both of the Old Testament and the New. The whole Bible is designed to testify of Christ, "You search the Scriptures because you believe they give you etern ... read more

The great idol!
      (John Angell James, "Christian Love" 1828) "People will be lovers of themselves." 2 Timothy 3:2 Selfishness is the cause of all sin--the opposite of all holiness and virtue. The essence of man's sin, the sum of his moral depravity, is to ... read more

The heathen deity of CHANCE
      (MacDuff, "A Chapter in Providence and Grace") God's providence extends to all the minute and trifling occurrences of life. Have nothing to do with the heathen deity of CHANCE. He who wheels the planets in their courses, marks the sparrow ... read more

The Key to Bible study...
      -Spurgeon, "Christ Our Passover" The more you read the Bible, and the more you meditate upon it, the more you will be astonished with it. He who is but a casual reader of the Bible, does not know the height, the depth, the length and breadth of ... read more

The light, frivolous, frothy literature of the day?
      (from "The Preciousness of God's Word" by Octavius Winslow) Christian, guard against the light, frivolous, frothy literature of the day. It will lessen your conviction of what is true; it will depreciate the value of what is divine; it will im ... read more

The little things of life!
      (from Octavius Winslow's "Morning Thoughts") "Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered." Luke 12:7 You know so little of God, my reader, because you live at such a distance from God. You have so little transaction with Him ... read more

The love of God!
      Spurgeon, "The Love of God and the Patience of Christ" "May the Lord direct your hearts into the love of God..." 2 Thes. 3:5 Believer, God loves you as much as if there were nobody else in all the world to love! God can pour the infinite ... read more

The love of the truth
      (J. C. Philpot, "The Valley of Achor" 1861) "They perish because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved." 2 Thess. 2:10 There is a receiving of 'the truth', and a receiving of 'the love of the truth'. These ... read more

The MERCY of God
      (The following is by Spurgeon.) Meditate a little on this MERCY of the Lord. It is tender mercy! With gentle, loving touch, he heals the broken in heart, and binds up their wounds. He is as gracious in the manner of his mercy as in the matter o ... read more

The multitude of Your tender mercies
      (J. C. Philpot, "Man's Misery and God's Mercy" 1867) "Have mercy upon me, O God, according to Your loving-kindness—according unto the multitude of Your tender mercies blot out my transgressions." Psalm 51:1 What a sweet expression i ... read more

The one, precious, all absorbing theme!
      from "The Precious Things of God" by Octavius Winslow The Word of God must ever be transcendently precious to the believer. The Bible is, from its commencement to its close, a record of the Lord Jesus. Around Him the divine and glorious Word ... read more

The perfection of God
      (Newman Hall, "Leaves of Healing from the Garden of Grief" 1891) "As for God, His way is perfect." 2 Samuel 22:31 God's wisdom cannot err. God's holiness cannot sin. God's love cannot be cruel. God's immutability cannot chang ... read more

The Plan!
      The following is from Spurgeon's sermon, "A Feast for Faith" No. 715. Isaiah 28:29. God does not work without a plan. God has not left the world to chance. There are some men who are always kicking against the doctrine of an eternal purpo ... read more

The power of divine teaching
      (J. C. Philpot "Meditations on Ephesians") "Our gospel came to you not simply with words, but also with power, with the Holy Spirit and with deep conviction." 1 Thes. 1:5 The main reason why men boggle to understanding the Scriptures, is f ... read more

THE PRECIOUSNESS OF THE PROMISES
      By Spurgeon The promises of God are to the believer an 'inexhaustible mine of wealth'. Happy is it for him if he knows how to search out their secret veins and enrich himself with their hidden treasures. They are an 'armory', containing all m ... read more

The Providence of God
      (by Don Fortner) "And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28 Divine providence is the daily, constant, sovereign rule of our God over all thing ... read more

THE PURPOSE OF GOD
      (by Don Fortner) The Lord our God is a God of purpose- absolute and unalterable purpose. God's purpose must and shall be accomplished. Before the world was made, before time began, almighty God sovereignly purposed all that comes to pass. ... read more

The Scriptures point to Me!
      (Octavius Winslow, "Morning Thoughts") "But the Scriptures point to Me!" John 5:39 Search the Scriptures, my reader, with a view of seeing and knowing more of your Redeemer, compared with whom nothing else is worth knowing or making known. ... read more

The silkworm
      (Spurgeon, "The Deep-seated Character of Sin") Nothing is more pleasing to human nature than the attempt to do something by which it may merit salvation at the hand of God. Man is much like a silkworm, he is a spinner and weaver by nature. ... read more

The silly moth is caught!
      (Henry Law, "Deuteronomy" 1858) Why is this world such a wide sea of evil? Why do earth's multitudes roll so easily to hell? The tastes of the mass of the human race are groveling and vile. They only care to sip the vulgar cup of time and ... read more

The so-called innocence of children
      (Augustine) "Every inclination of man's heart is evil from childhood." Genesis 8:21 The so-called innocence of children is more a matter of weakness of limb, than purity of heart. "I have been evil from the day I was born; from the time ... read more

The softest pillow and the strongest staff?
      From Spurgeon's sermon, A BASKET OF SUMMER FRUIT I am persuaded that the doctrine of predestination is one of the 'softest pillows' upon which the Christian can lay his head, and one of the 'strongest staffs' upon which he may lean, in his pilg ... read more

The soul's natural element
      (J. C. Philpot, "What Is It That Saves a Soul?") Before the soul can know anything about salvation, it must learn deeply and experimentally the nature of sin, and of itself, as stained and polluted by sin. It is proud, and needs to be humbled. ... read more

The Sovereign Electing Grace of God!
      The following is from Spurgeon's sermon, The Widow of Sarepta. #817. 1 Kings 17:8, 9. None of us have any right to God's mercy. Election is an indisputable truth of Christianity, and one full of the richest comfort to the child of God- one whi ... read more

The sovereign ruler of the world!
      (Jonathan Edwards, "The Final Judgment") Wicked men question the very existence of God, who takes care of the world, who orders the affairs of it, and judges in it. And therefore they cast off the fear of God. Yet at the conclusion of the wor ... read more

The Spirit
      (David Harsha, "The Savior's Ascension") The Spirit is given to supply the Savior's absence, and to apply to our souls the redemption finished on Calvary. It is His blessed work to glorify Jesus; to testify of Him. Through His power we are ... read more

The Spirit's work in salvation
      by Spurgeon The Holy Spirit lays bare his heart, lets him see the loathsome cancer that is there eating away his life, uncovers to him all the blackness and defilement of that sink of hell-- the human heart; and then the man stands aghast-- "I n ... read more

The study of the Bible cannot save you!
      The following is from Spurgeon's sermon, "Help for Seekers of the Light" #884. Is. 59:9. True salvation is not to be found through the mere reception of any creed, however true or scriptural. Mere 'head notion' is not the road to heav ... read more

The Talking Book...
      Spurgeon's, "The Talking Book" The Bible sanctifies and moulds the mind into the image of Christ. You cannot expect to grow in grace if you do not read the Scriptures. If you are not familiar with the word, you cannot expect to become like H ... read more

THE TENDERNESS OF GOD
      (John MacDuff, "The Night Watches") "He will feed his flock like a shepherd. He will carry the lambs in his arms, holding them close to his heart. He will gently lead the mother sheep with their young." Isaiah 40:11 How soothing, in th ... read more

THE TENDERNESS OF GOD
      (John MacDuff, "The Night Watches") "He will feed his flock like a shepherd. He will carry the lambs in his arms, holding them close to his heart. He will gently lead the mother sheep with their young." Isaiah 40:11 How soothing, in th ... read more

The transforming power of the Spirit!
      (J. C. Ryle, "The Lord's Garden") "To all those in Rome who are loved by God and called to be saints." Romans 1:7 Believers are separated from the world by the effectual working of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit calls them out from the wor ... read more

The transforming power of the Spirit!
      (J. C. Ryle, "The Lord's Garden") "To all those in Rome who are loved by God and called to be saints." Romans 1:7 Believers are separated from the world by the effectual working of the Holy Spirit. The Spirit calls them out from the wor ... read more

The ulcer that sits on a creature's heart
      (Andrew Gray "Door Unto Everlasting Life") Sin is the ulcer that sits on a creature's heart, and robs him of all true contentment and sound joy. Oh the secret gnawings that envy, and pride, and covetousness give a man's soul. Sin is the so ... read more

The Unconquerable King, part 1
      Spurgeon "The Unconquerable King" Daniel 4:34,35 "His rule is everlasting, and His kingdom is eternal. All the people of the earth are nothing compared to Him. He has the power to do as He pleases among the angels of heave ... read more

The Unconquerable King, part 2
      Spurgeon "The Unconquerable King" Daniel 4:34,35 Events appear to fly at random like the dust in the whirlwind; but it is not so. The rule of the Omnipotent God extends over all things at all times! Nothing is left to its own chance, but ... read more

The weather
      (Henry Law, "Psalms" 1878) "He causes the clouds to rise over the earth. He sends the lightning with the rain and releases the wind from His storehouses." Psalm 135:7 The wild elements seem to unenlightened observation to act capricio ... read more

The world is . . .
      (by Horatius Bonar) The world is . . . blind, and knows it not; poor, and thinks itself rich; foolish, and thinks itself wise. It is not aware of the extent of its ruin, alienation, and depravity. It is not alive to its danger, i ... read more

The wrath of God let loose upon His Son!
      (Winslow, "The God of Holiness") Divine holiness is best exhibited in the cross of Jesus. Not hell itself, dreadful and eternal as is its suffering: the undying worm, the unquenchable fire, the smoke of the torment that goes up forever and eve ... read more

The wretched idol, SELF!
      (Octavius Winslow, "Christ and the Christian in Temptation" 1877) Of all the sins common to our fallen nature, God has the most signally marked that of Idolatry, or False Worship. Man is by nature an idolater. His sinful mind, being alien ... read more

The 'Illuminated' Bible!
      From Spurgeon's, "The Holy Ghost- the Great Teacher" Do any of you have an 'illuminated' Bible at home? "No," says one, "I have a morocco Bible; I have a Polyglot Bible; I have a marginal reference Bible." Ah! that is all very well, but h ... read more

Theological studies?
      Spurgeon If the time spent over "obscure theological propositions" were given to a mission in the dim alley near the man's house, more benefit would come to the man and more glory to God. I do not see the propriety of allowing such studies to ... read more

THEY SHALL BE MY PEOPLE
      by Don Fortner "And I will give them a heart to know me, that I am the Lord: and they shall be my people, and I will be their God: for they shall return unto me with their whole heart.” -- Jeremiah 24:7 There are some men and women in this worl ... read more

This city has so aroused My anger and wrath!
      (John Angell James, "The Crisis--or, Hope and Fear Balanced, in Reference to the Present Situation of the Country" Sunday Morning, Nov. 28, 1819) "From the day it was built until now, this city has so aroused My anger and wrath that I must remo ... read more

This heavenly light of truth
      (John Angell James) "All Scripture is inspired by God, and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work." 2 Timothy 3:16-17 The doctrin ... read more

This is a hard teaching. Who can accept it?
      (J. C. Ryle, "The Gospel of John") "This is a hard teaching. Who can accept it?" John 6:60 Murmurs and complaints of this kind are very common. It must never surprise us to hear them. They have been, they are, they will be, as long a ... read more

This little idol?
      Winslow, "The Sympathy of Christ" To affirm, as the Scriptures of truth positively do, that mankind is originally and totally depraved, is but to portray it with every feature of its pristine nobleness, purity, and excellence utterly spoiled! ... read more

Thus Says the Lord!
      from Spurgeon’s sermon, “Thus Says the Lord” Ezekiel 11:5 “Thus says the Lord” is the only authority in God’s Church. The faintest whisper of Jehovah's voice should fill us with solemn awe, and command the deepest obedience of our souls. Bret ... read more

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