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The Perpetuity of God’s Law

I should like to say to any brother who thinks that God has put us under an altered rule: “Which particular part of the law is it that God has relaxed?” Which precept do you feel free to break? – C.H. Spurgeon The law of God is no more than God might most righteously ask […]

God, Our Dwelling Place

A Prayer of Moses, the man of God. Lord, you have been our dwelling place in all generations. – Psalm 90:1 Charles Spurgeon: The dwelling-place of man is the place where he can unbend himself, and feel himself at home, and speak familiarly…. What does the man do at home? He can lay bare his […]

In God Upon His Throne, We Trust

C.H. Spurgeon: There is no attribute more comforting to His children, than that of God’s sovereignty. Under the most adverse circumstances, in the most severe trials—they believe that sovereignty has ordained their afflictions, that sovereignty overrules them, and that sovereignty will sanctify them all. There is nothing for which the children of God ought more […]

Ed Stetzer Making Grace An Idol

I felt compelled to post this. Compelled, because today, when it came to the Word of God, Ed Stetzer was a coward. It is an ever increasing disappointment to me to see leaders of the Church make grace almost an idol, to the detriment of biblical understanding and the practice of truth in life. Now […]

For Women Lacking Assurance

Dan Phillips of the Pyromaniacs blog has an excellent post featuring Charles Spurgeon’s pastoral wisdom in dealing with women lacking assurance of salvation. Definitely worth reading. Click here and be on your way.

John Stott (1921-2011)

Update: While we certainly acknowledge and remember the contributions of John Stott to Christendom, his (tentative) annihilationist views has always been a concern of mine, and moreso that many were unaware of them. Many of you insist that “he no longer believed in annihilationism” – I hope that’s true. If anyone has evidence to that […]

The Autobiography of The Rev. William Jay

At the young age of seventeen, Charles Haddon Spurgeon took the pastorate of a small congregation of believers at Waterbeach, in Cambridgeshire, meeting in a building that once was a birdhouse for pigeons. On May 28, 1855, he preached a sermon based on the text of Isaiah 46:6. He was just 20 years old. In […]

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