Category Archives: J.C. Philpot

The Great Rareness of True Religion

Through the inward conflicts, secret workings, mysterious changes, and ever-varying exercises of his soul, the true Christian becomes established in a deep experience of his own folly and God’s wisdom—his own weakness and Christ’s strength—his own sinfulness and the Lord’s … Continue reading

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A Perpetual War With Grace

Are you not often a mystery to yourself? Warm one moment, cold the next; abasing yourself one half-hour, exalting yourself the following; loving the world, full of it, steeped up to your lips in it to-day; crying, groaning, and sighing … Continue reading

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Beloved Idols

A drought is upon her waters; and they shall be dried up: for it is the land of graven images, and they are mad upon their idols.   Jeremiah 50:38 Have we not all in our various ways, set up … Continue reading

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Different Religions

Man’s religion is to build up the creature. God’s religion is to throw the creature down in the dust of self-abasement, and to glorify Christ. J. C. Philpot  (1802 – 1869)

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Various Measures Of Affliction To His People

The only wise God deals out various measures of affliction to his people. All do not sink to the same depth, as all do not rise to the same height. All do not drink equally deep of the cup; yet … Continue reading

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