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â€œNot everyone who says to Me, â€˜Lord, Lord,â€™ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven. Many will say to Me in that day, â€˜Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in … Continue reading → [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
We should examine ourselves constantly in the light of the Word. And if we are not reading it in such a way as to be examined by it, we are not reading it correctly. DMLJ [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
A friend of mine died today. He was a good friend and dear brother, a man with whom I had some deep and sometimes vigorous theological disagreements, yet whom I love and whose salvation I never had reason to doubt … Continue reading → [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
There is nothing that so utterly condemns us asÂ theÂ Sermon onÂ theÂ Mount; there is nothing so utterly impossible, so terrifying, and so full of doctrine. Indeed, I do not hesitate to say that, were it not that I knew of theÂ doctrineÂ of justification... [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
God has two firesâ€”one where He puts His gold, and another where He puts His dross. The fire where He puts HisÂ gold, is the fire of suffering and afflictionâ€”to purify them. The fire where He puts HisÂ dross, is the fire … Continue reading → [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]
As the watchman waits for the dawning of the morning, so the patient Christian suffers and waits until the day of glory begins to dawn upon him. Thomas Watson [ ... ][ abbreviated | read original blog ]