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Killing Sin- Jonathan Edwards

“Many men are brought to restrain sin, and to give it slight wounds, yet they are not brought to the point of killing it. Wicked men are reluctant to kill sin. 69 more words


More from Marsha West's "Fight the Spiritual Forces of Wickedness--and Win!"

Marsha West writes:
Several years ago I came to the realization that a large number of professing Christians were not using biblical principles when handling society’s slide into moral chaos. 368 more words

Jehovah's Witnesses - At my door - again.

Over the past 20 years or so, I have had at least 10 encounters with Jehovah’s Witnesses. Two nice women came to my door a few days ago and I “cut to the chase” immediately with them regarding their rejection of the Trinity and their false labeling of Jesus as “another god.” 2,348 more words


Sword of the Spirit - J. C. Ryle

“Here is one among many reasons why we ought to be diligent readers of our Bibles: the Word is the ‘sword of the Spirit:’ we shall never fight a good fight if we do not use it as our principal weapon. 138 more words


Charles Spurgeon - “What must I do to be saved?”

“By grace are ye saved through faith.” If a penitent should come and ask me, “What must I do to be saved?” I would say, “Christ must save you—believe on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.” I would neither direct to prayer, nor reading of the Scriptures, nor attending God’s house; but simply direct to faith, naked faith in God’s gospel. 133 more words


Taking up my “cross” - A.W. Pink

Taking up my “cross” means a life voluntarily surrendered to God. As the act of wicked men, the death of Christ was a murder; but as the act of Christ Himself, it was a voluntary sacrifice, offering Himself to God. 459 more words


J.C. Ryle - Repentance

If we have already repented in time past, let us go on repenting to the end of our lives. There will always be sins to confess and infirmities to deplore, so long as we are in the body. 48 more words