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Six short rules for Christians
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2011
Posted by: Mount Merrion Free Presbyterian Church | more..
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Six Short Rules for Young Christians
(By Brownlow North)
"A Most Godly Preacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ..."

  1. Never neglect daily private prayer; and when you pray, remember that God is present, and that He hears your prayers. (Hebrews. 11:6).
  2. Never neglect daily private Bible reading; and when you read remember that God is speaking to you, and that you are to believe and act upon what He says. I believe all backsliding begins with the neglect of these two rules. (John 5:39).
  3. Never let a day pass without trying to do something for Jesus. Every night reflect on what Jesus has done for you, and then ask yourself, "What am I doing for Him"? (Matthew. 5: 13-16)
  4. If you are in doubt as to a thing being right or wrong, go to your room and kneel down and ask God's blessing on it. (Colossians. 3:17). If you cannot do this, it is wrong. (Romans. 16:23).
  5. Never take your Christianity from Christians, or argue that because such and such people do so and so, therefore, you may. (2 Corinthians. 10:12). You are to ask yourself, "How would Christ act in my place"? And strive to follow Him (John 10:27)
  6. Never believe what you feel, if it contradicts God's Word. Ask yourself, "Can what I feel be true if God's Word is true"? And if BOTH cannot be true, believe God and make your own heart the liar. (Roms. 3:4. 1 John 5:10-11).

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