Monthly Archives: August 2020

August 21, 2020

“He that foreknows how history shall run also controls its course with absolute sovereignty.  God’s foreknowledge and His omnipotence are both still operative.  Thank God.”  (H. C. Leupold; 1891-1972)

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August 20, 2020

“Love facilitates religion.  It oils the wheels of the affections, and makes them more lively and cheerful in God’s service.  Love takes off the tediousness of duty.”  (Thomas Watson;  1620-1686)

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August 19, 2020

“We are unable to earn anything, but God is able to give all things.”  (Charles H. Spurgeon;  1834-1892)

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August 18, 2020

“Faith is what overcomes the world; it makes all the promises of God ours.”  (Jeremiah Burroughs;  1599-1646)

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August 17, 2020

“How much more urgently necessary it is for us, as erring mortals full of failings, to have the closest communion with Him in constant prayer!”  (Norval Geldenhuys; 1918-1964)

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August 16, 2020

“Unless Christ approaches the sinner, the sinner will not come to Christ.”  (William H. Van Doren;  1810-1882)

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August 15, 2020

“Our sins must be blotted out and forgiven, and the perfect righteousness of God in Christ must be imputed to us, so that even though in ourselves we lie in the midst of sin and death, we glory in our … Continue reading

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August 14, 2020

“To give God less than an implicit faith is to rob him of an honor justly due to his spotless holiness.”  (Charles H. Spurgeon;  1834-1892)

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August 13, 2020

“Religion and religious services, to be acceptable to God, must be,of the heart.  Mere external homage is of no account.”  (Charles Hodge; 1797-1878)

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August 12, 2020

“The more we try the promises, the surer we shall find them.”  (George Horne; 1730-1792)

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