I'm not troubled in my heart about whether or not you feel good about yourself, whether or not life is turning out like you want it to turn out, or whether or not your checkbook is balanced.There's only one thing that gave me a sleepless night.So I've whittled the list down to 100 for you to spread or archive. To say it another way: Grace and works are mutually exclusive.
on sanctification, the theme of our National Conference. Ryle: "Tell the young, tell the poor, tell the aged, tell the ignorant, tell the sick, tell the dying — tell them all about Christ.There were so many that we literally cannot fit them into one blog post (I tried). Tozer: "We must hide our unholiness in the wounds of Christ as Moses hid himself in the cleft of the rock while the glory of God passed by. Above all we must believe that God sees us perfect in His Son while He disciplines and chastens and purges us that we may be partakers of His holiness" (, 107). Tell them of His power, and tell them of His love; tell them of His doings, and tell them of His feelings; tell them what He has done for the chief of sinners; tell them what He is willing to do until the last day of time; tell it to them over and over again. Say to them broadly and fully, freely and unconditionally, unreservedly and undoubtingly, ‘Come unto Christ, as the penitent thief did; come unto Christ, and you shall be saved.'" (Sermon, "Christ's Greatest Trophy") C. Spurgeon: "If heaven were by merit, it would never be heaven to me, for if I were in it I should say, “I am sure I am here by mistake; I am sure this is not my place; I have no claim to it.” But if it be of grace and not of works, then we may walk into heaven with boldness." (Sermons, 6.354.) Jerry Bridges:"Grace stands in direct opposition to any supposed worthiness on our part.“Why would we want fame, when God promises us glory?Why would we be seeking the wealth of the world when the wealth of heaven is ours?Description: In this, the second of two meetings devoted to studying Biblical courtship, Paul Washer exposes the destructive nature of recreational dating, and explains why parents should protect childhood innocence.
He explains both the timing and the principles of courtship; the basis and the proceedings of it; and gives counselling regarding sexual immorality and how to avoid it.
Do not waste your life on hobbies, sports, and other recreational pursuits.
Do not throw away the precious moments of your life on entertainment, movies, and video games.
Well-known on the internet for the audio and video message: "Shocking Message to Youth" he has been an in-demand speaker for many conventions and gatherings.
He has recently published a new book: "The Gospel's Power and Message" that is highly recommended by many.
There's only one thing that troubled me all throughout the morning, and this is this.