“Look upon all that you have received, and all that you shall hereafter receive, as the fruit of free grace.
Look upon thy adoption, and write this motto, … 213 more words
“The weakest Christian is as much justified, as much pardoned, as much adopted, and as much united to Christ as the strongest, and hath as much interest and propriety in Christ as the highest and noblest Christian that breathes.” 28 more words
“The hardest blow that our God ever strikes, if it puts us right and separates us from self and sin, and carnal policy, is a coup de grace… 386 more words
“It should have been remarked ere now, that during all his ministry McCheyne was careful to use not only the direct means appointed for the conversion of souls, but those also that appear more indirect, such as the key of discipline… 283 more words