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Ah! How foolish we are!

“Ah! How foolish we are! How we repeat the folly of our first parent every day when we seek to hide sin from conscience, and then think it is hidden from God.” –Charles Spurgeon  Get your own copy of The … Continue reading

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Are we shocked?

“Are we shocked at the unnatural cruelty of the ancient idolaters in sacrificing their children? We may justly be so. But are there not very many parents, who, by bad teaching and wicked examples, and by the mysteries of iniquity … Continue reading

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Not for a few.

“Evangelism is not a professional job for a few trained men, but is instead the unrelenting responsibility of every person who belongs to the company of Jesus.” –Elton Trueblood Get your own copy of The Evidence Bible. http://bit.ly/EvidenceBible  

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Preaching 10x…

“I believe I never was more acceptable to my Master than when I was standing to teach those hearers in the open fields… I now preach to ten times more people than I would if I had been confined to … Continue reading

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Wrath is an attribute of God.

“Wrath, the Bible tells us, is an attribute of God. The modern habit throughout the Christian church is to play this subject down. Those who still believe in the wrath of God (not all do) say little about it; perhaps … Continue reading

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Catching men and women alive.

“The expression ‘fishing for men’ is an important one for us to understand. Another way to translate it would be ‘catching men alive’ (women, too, of course). We find this unique phrase only two times in the Bible, first in … Continue reading

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Praying for revival.

“Does it grieve you, my friends, that the name of God is being taken in vain and desecrated? Does it grieve you that we are living in a godless age?…But we are living in such an age and the main … Continue reading

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