Monthly Archives: July 2017

July 31, 2017

“It would be in us an impious and unexcusable uncharitableness to suspect the end of any work which he hath begun.”  (Robert Baylie; 1643)

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July 30, 2017

“Sometimes a sudden passion arises, and out it goes in angry and forward words, setting all in an uproar and combustion:  by-and-by our hearts recur upon us, and then we wish, “O that I had bit my tongue and not … Continue reading

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July 29, 2017

“It may be that of His great generosity God sometimes blesses us, even through we have made a very inadequate use of the ordinary means.”  William Garden Blaikie  (1820-1899)

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July 28, 2017

“But so long as we are occupied with any other object than God Himself, there will be neither rest for the heart nor peace for the mind.”  Arthur W. Pink  (1886-1952)

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July 27, 2017

“It is not ours to resolve all difficulties in our understanding of God’s ways with men.”  John Murray  (1898-1975)

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July 26, 2017

“They who profess themselves worshippers of the true God ought to perform it with humble and affectionate reverence, and with subjection and submission to him, considering his majesty and their own vileness.”  George Hutcheson (1615–1674)

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July 25, 2017

“Oh!  the strange passions, the strange imaginations, the strange conclusions, that attend a distempered judgment.”  (Thomas Brooks  1608-1680)

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