Monthly Archives: August 2009

September 9, 2009

“Should the whole frame of nature be unhinged, and all outward friends and supporters prove false and deceitful, our worldly hopes and schemes be disappointed, and possessions torn from us, and the floods of sickness, poverty and disgrace overwhelm our … Continue reading

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September 8, 2009

“Be our troubles many in number, strange in nature, heavy in measure; Yet God’s mercies are more numerous, his wisdom more wondrous, his power more miraculous; he will deliver us out of all.” (Thomas Adams)

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September 7, 2009

“The loss of spiritual enjoyment . . . shall be the symptom that betrays the true condition of the soul. The judgment shall lose none of its light, but the heart much of its fervor; the truths of revelation, especially … Continue reading

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September 6, 2009

“Behold,’ He said in effect, “here is what I understand by Christianity: an unselfish and uncalculating devotion to me as the Saviour of sinners, and as the Sovereign of the kingdom of truth and righteousness.” (Alexander Balmain Bruce, 1831-1899)

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September 5, 2009

“God in the exercise of His infinite wisdom and power, so personally directs and controls the free actions of men as to determine all things in accordance with His eternal purpose.” (E.H. Bancroft)

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September 4, 2009

“The death of Christ does not benefit the man who lives and dies without faith in it.” Claude Duval Cole (First published 1944)

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September 3, 2009

“We may suppose, without a doubt, that the sins of Adam after his fall affected his posterity no more than the sins of another man.” (James Madison Pendleton; 1811-1891)

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