Monthly Archives: January 2019

January 19, 2019

“Those who have once known the unspeakable enjoyment of communion with a reconciled God, cannot long endure the sensible withdrawnment of divine mercy.”  (Morrison; 1762-1809)

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January 18, 2019

“God is the most glorious object that our minds could ever fasten upon, the most alluring.  Thoughts of Him should therefore swallow up all other thoughts, as they are not worthy to be seen the same day with Him.  But … Continue reading

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January 17, 2019

“The very God hath afflicted Himself to satisfy His justice, pouring out His wrath and anger on His Son for the elect’s sins.”  (Unknown)

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January 16, 2019

“We are delivered” not by our own skill or cunning, but by the grace and power of God only so that every device is made vain and freedom is preserved.”  (Martin Geier; 1890)

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January 15, 2019

“Those who come to him he needs them not to receive from them but to give unto them; he needs not their fullness but their emptiness, that his fullness may overflow to the supply thereof.”  George Hutcheson  (1615-1674)

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January 14, 2019

“God takes great pains to inform his people in all ages that all their hope is in his sovereign favor and rich grace, and that it is not the merit or the misery of mortals that moves him to show … Continue reading

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January 13, 2019

“No created mind was competent even in idea to fathom the guilt of sin or measure its consequences—not to mention our utter inability to expiate the one or reverse the other.”  (George Smeaton; 1814-1889)

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