Category Archives: J.C. Ryle

Wise Men

The conduct of the wise men is a splendid example of spiritual diligence. What trouble it must have cost them to travel from their homes to the place where Jesus was born! How many weary miles they must have journeyed! … Continue reading

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The Elect of God

Those whom God has chosen to salvation by Christ, are those whom God specially loves in this world. They are the jewels among mankind. He cares more for them than for kings on their thrones, if kings are not converted. … Continue reading

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Safeguard Against False Doctrine

What is the best safeguard against false doctrine? The Bible: the Bible regularly read, regularly prayed over, regularly studied. J. C. Ryle  (1816 – 1900)

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To Maintain Purity

To maintain pure truth in the church, we should be ready to make any sacrifice, to hazard peace, to risk dissention and run the chance of division. J. C. Ryle   (1816 – 1900)

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Their Heart Is Graceless And Unconverted

Let it be a settled principle again in our religion, that when a person’s general conversation is ungodly, their heart is graceless and unconverted. Let us not give way to the vulgar notion, that no one can know anything of … Continue reading

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