August 31, 2012

“There is the way of unbelief within, to which we are very prone.  There is the way of vanity and pride, to which we often accustom ourselves.  There is the way of selfishness in which we frequently walk.  There is the way of worldliness we often pursue—empty pleasures, shadowy honours, etc.  There is the way of sluggishness.  What apathy in prayer, in the examination and application of God’s Word, we manifest!  There is the way of self-dependence, by which we often dishonor God and injure ourselves.  There is, unhappily, the way of disobedience, in which we often walk.  At any rate, our obedience is cold, reluctant, uncertain—not simple, entirely fervent.”  (T. Wallace)

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