Tag Archives: Love

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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Sovereign Good Pleasure

Nothing but God’s own sovereign good pleasure compels Him to love sinners. Nothing but His own sovereign will governs His love. That has to be true, since there is certainly nothing in any sinner worthy of even the smallest degree … Continue reading

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Righteous Love Undeserved

Righteous free love has its origin in the bosom of the Father, where the only begotten has his dwelling. It is not produced by anything out of God himself. It was man’s evil, not his good, that called it forth. … Continue reading

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A Misunderstanding of What Love Is

All this talk about God being such a God of love that He passes lightly over sin, is the misunderstanding of what love is. Love is the sworn foe of sin forever, and the instant God begins to excuse sin, … Continue reading

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