Tag Archives: Christ

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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Unfaithfully Pandering to the Flesh

The evangelist is to preach upon SIN: to define what sin (as distinct from crime) really is, to show wherein its infinite enormity consists; to trace out its manifold workings in the heart; to indicate that nothing less than eternal … Continue reading

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Flogging Ourselves and Loving Christ

Now, remember, we never make ourselves love Christ more by flogging ourselves for not loving Him more. We come to love those better whom we love by knowing  them better, not by talking to ourselves about the duty of loving … Continue reading

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Without Christ

Without Christ your religion is dead, corrupt, a stench, a nuisance before God—a thing of abhorrence—for where there is no Christ there is no life in any devotion, nothing in it for God to see that can possibly please Him. … Continue reading

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The Death of Christ

In respect to God, the death of Christ was justice and mercy.  In respect to this world, the death of Christ was murder and cruelty.  In respect to Himself, the death of Christ was obedience and humility.  In respect to … Continue reading

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