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To walk after the flesh
      (J. C. Philpot, "No Condemnation" 1862) "There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit." Rom. 8:1 To walk after the flesh carries with it the idea of the flesh ... read more

Unimpeachable Justice!
      From Spurgeon's sermon, "Unimpeachable Justice" One of the miseries of hell will be that the sinner himself will feel that he deserves it all. Tossed on a wave of fire he will see written in every spark that emanates therefrom-- "You knew you ... read more

      John MacDuff, "The Rainbow in the Clouds" "You do not realize now what I am doing, but later you will understand." John 13:7 Much is baffling and perplexing to us in God's present dealings. "What!" we are often ready to exclaim, "coul ... read more

Useless doctrine?
      Doctrine is useless if it is not accompanied by a holy life. It is worse than useless; it does positive harm. Something of 'the image of Christ' must be seen and observed by others in our private life, and habits, and character, and doings. ... read more

Utter beggary and complete bankruptcy
      (Joseph Philpot) "O visit me with your salvation." Psalm 106:4 Salvation only suits the condemned, the lost. A man must be lost; utterly lost; before he can prize God's salvation. And how is he lost? By . . . losing all his religion, ... read more

Wars, pestilences, earthquakes?
      Spurgeon, "Now, and Then") "Now we see things imperfectly as in a poor mirror, but then we will see everything with perfect clarity." 1 Cor. 13:12 When we get to heaven, we shall understand the reasons of many of God's Providential dea ... read more

What a treasure!
      from Thomas Reade's, "Christian Experience" What a treasure is the Word of God! Here we have.... Light, to dissipate our darkness; Truth, to guide us amid the mazes of error; Consolations, to gladden us in a world of misery. The Bi ... read more

What flowers of mercy!
      Spurgeon, "David's Holy Wonder at the Lord's Great Goodness" What flowers of mercy have bloomed in our pathway! Let us thank God for the mercies we do not see- the innumerable dangers from which we are preserved; the great needs which are ... read more

What the little bird said to Luther?
      From Spurgeon's, "WAITING ONLY UPON GOD" You know what Luther said the little bird said to him. He sat upon the spray of the tree, and he sang- "Mortal, cease from toil and sorrow; God provideth for the morrow." And it chirped and picked up ... read more

When God dwelt alone...
      From Spurgeon's, "Sovereignty and Salvation" If it were within the range of human capacity to conceive a time when God dwelt alone, without his creatures, we should then have one of the grandest and most stupendous ideas of God. There was a ... read more

When God sang!
       Spurgeon, "CHOICE PORTIONS" There is an unrivaled picture in the word where the Lord is even represented as SINGING WITH JOY OVER HIS PEOPLE. Who could have conceived of the Eternal One as bursting forth into a song? Yet it is written, "H ... read more

Who can count the hideous specters?
      (Henry Law, "Forgiveness of Sins" 1875) "He forgives ALL my sins." Psalm 103:3 Satan will often strive to bring our sins to remembrance. They readily appear in frightful mass, in vast accumulation. They swarm in all periods of life. . . ... read more

Who really knows how bad it is?
      (J. C. Philpot, "Getting and Losing" 1846) "The human heart is most deceitful and desperately wicked! Who really knows how bad it is?" Jeremiah 17:9 Without a knowledge of the corruptions and abounding evils of our deceitful and desperat ... read more

Whoever complains of seasons and weather!
      (William Law, A SERIOUS CALL TO A DEVOUT AND HOLY LIFE) All things are in the hands of God, have Him for their Author, are directed and governed by Him to such ends as are most suitable to His wise providence. Whoever murmurs at the course of th ... read more

Why an infinitely gracious God permitted sin and suffering to enter the universe.
      from Spurgeon's sermon, "The Spur" #943. John 9:4 A young convert, after finding peace with God, was heard to say, "I rejoice that I was a lost sinner." Strange matter to be glad about, you will say, for of all things it is most to be deplo ... read more

Why did God create the world?
      from Spurgeon's, "Divine Destruction and Protection" Can your minds fly back to the time when there was no time, to the day when there was no day but the Ancient of Days? Can you speed back to that period when God dwelt alone, when this round w ... read more

Why does God allow the wickedto live and prosper in the world?
      (from Edwards sermon, "The Final Judgment") The infinitely holy and wise Creator and Governor of the world must necessarily hate wickedness. Yet we see many wicked men flourishing. They live with impunity; things seem to go well with them, and ... read more

Why is it there is so much error in the Church of God?
      From Winslow's, "Learning of Jesus" The only authoritative Teacher in the Church of God, the only true Prophet, is the Lord Jesus Christ. Why is it there is so much darkness and crudeness in the books we read, and in the sermons we hear? ... read more

Why was His soul troubled?
      (Octavius Winslow, "CONSIDER JESUS" 1870) "My soul is overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death." Mark 14:34 In this lay our Lord's greatest suffering: His soul sorrow. Compared with this . . . the lingering, excruciating tortures o ... read more

Why, then, these fears? Why this distrust?
      (from Winslow's, "The Glory of Christ in Heaven") Jesus has all the treasures of the everlasting covenant, all the fulness of the Godhead, all the resources of the universe in His keeping, and at His disposal! Look at the starry sky; Jesu ... read more

Without holiness
      (Stephen Charnock) "Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty!" Isaiah 6:3 If every attribute of the Deity were a distinct member, holiness would be the soul to animate them. Without holiness . . . His patience would be an indulgence to sin, ... read more

Wonders of mercy!
      Matthew Henry's comments on the parable of the prodigal son. His father saw him-- there were eyes of mercy; he ran to meet him-- there were legs of mercy; he put his arms round his neck-- there were arms of mercy; he kissed him-- there were kisse ... read more

Wounds, and bruises, and putrefying sores
      (Joseph Philpot, Balm in Gilead, 1852) "The whole head is sick, and the whole heart faint. From the sole of the foot even unto the head, there is no soundness in it; but only wounds, and bruises, and putrefying sores. They have not been close ... read more

Wrought with divine power
      (J. C. Philpot, "The Veil Taken Away" 1844) "Our gospel came to you not simply with words, but also with power, with the Holy Spirit and with deep conviction." 1 Thessalonians 1:5 Most men's religion is nothing else but 'a round of form ... read more

You are the one who has done this!
      (James, "The Widow Directed to the Widow's God" 1841) "They all know that the the hand of the Lord has done this. In His hand is the life of every creature and the breath of all mankind." Job 12:9-10 "Be still, and know that I am God." Su ... read more

Your filth will be washed away!
      (J. C. Philpot, "The Clean Water Sprinkled" 1866) O, what loathsome monsters of iniquity—how polluted, filthy, and vile do we feel ourselves to be—when the guilt of our sin is charged home upon our conscience! Have you not sometimes loathed yo ... read more

"Chance," "luck," or "accident"
      (J. C. Ryle, "The Gospel of Luke" 1858) "Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? Yet not one of them is forgotten by God. Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Don't be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows. ... read more

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