December 11, 2018

“Institutions fitted for usefulness, the most powerful books, the most evangelical sermons, the Bible itself, will never answer their end unless they have the “I WILL” of Christ.  He quickens whom he will.  Let us learn to look to His WILL as the mainspring and nerve of the universe, the rule of our duty, and the only hope of sinners.”  (David Thomas  1813-1894)

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December 10, 2018

“God looks on the believer wrapped up in Jesus, loves him with immeasurable love, and blesses him with countless blessings, honors him with heaven’s honors, and glorifies him with heaven’s glories.  Shiloh is our peace with God.”  (Henry Law; 1797-1884)

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December 9, 2018

“It is a conquering, prevailing greatness of His power; it makes nothing rise up to something; it makes all things arrive to whatsoever He will have them arrive; they have all a faculty in them to obey Him; He is ABLE to subdue all things to himself, and by that same power He will glorify believers.”  Thomas Goodwin  (1600-1679)

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December 8, 2018

“Man discovered to himself and aware of his wants, will fall into despair if the growing sense of guilt is not stilled by the great redemption of the cross.”  (George Smeation; 1814-1889)

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December 7, 2018

“The Lord is round about His people, from henceforth even for ever.  In reality, therefore, they are just as safe, though surrounded by the snares and agitations of this present evil world, as their inheritance itself in the heavens.”  (John Lillie; 1812-1867)

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December 6, 2018

“Sin has made men worship either (1) a false God, which is idolatry; or (2) God falsely, which is superstition.”  Ralph Venning (1622-1674)

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December 5, 2018

“Nothing is so directly fitted to subdue lust as a full recognition of the glorious Godhead and His presence in the soul.”  (A.A. Bonar  1810-1892)

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