Monthly Archives: April 2010

April 30, 2010

“Joy is experienced when we realize that our sin has been judged and put away in Christ.  It has been so in the purpose and intention of God.”  Frederick Brotherton Meyer  (1847-1929)

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April 29, 2010

“There may be, indeed, a time when God will not be found, but no time wherein he must not be trusted.”  Thomas Lye  (1621-1684)

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April 28, 2010

“Low views of the dignity of His person will engender low views of the necessity and nature of His work.  (Speaking of the Holy Spirit)  Octavius Winslow  (1808-1878)

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April 27, 2010

“Therefore build not your comfort upon sense and feeling, which is to build upon the sand; but go to the promise, as to the rock, for it.”  Thomas Hooker  (1586-1647)

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April 26, 2010

“The truth of God,” as His attribute, is not capable of increase, but it may abound more unto His glory by being more fully manifested in the contrast with man’s sin.”  Edwin Hamilton Gifford  (1820-1905)

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April 25, 2010

“The fruit of daily serious examination of the conscience concerning sin committed is to make a man humble, quiet, and submissive to the Lord.”  David Dickson  (1583-1662)

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April 24, 2010

“Christianity is a system intended not merely to awaken excitement or instruct the intellect, but to rule the life and form the character.”  David Thomas  (1813-1894)

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