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Charles Hodge:

To be in Christ is the source of the Christian’s life; to be like Christ is the sum of His excellence; to be with Christ is the fullness of His joy.

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You Must End Well, Not Just Begin Well

“All run, but one obtains the prize. The history of the church affords no incident better suited to enforce the necessity of guarding against false seculity…The Israelites doubless felt, as they stood on the other side of the Red Sea, that all danger was over, and that their entrance into the land of promise was secured. 111 more words


Run To Win

“It is necessary to live for the gospel, in order to be a partaker of the gospel. I Cor. 9:23-24…. It was not enough to start in this race; it was not enough to persevere almost to the end; it was necessary to outrun all competitors and be first at the goal. 53 more words


Charles Hodge (1797-1878)

Professor of theology and eventually president of Princeton Seminary who helped to establish the Princeton theology prominent in nineteenth-century America. Hodge founded and edited the…

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Church History

On the Death of an Infant: “She is not lost to you who is found to Christ.”

This is from a short address I gave on what happens when babies die?

What happens when an infant dies? That child stands before the Lord with glory and honor as a joint heir of Christ. 1,031 more words

Biblical Counseling


Charles Hodge:

“It is the love of Christ, i. e. his love to us which passes knowledge. It is infinite; not only because it inheres in an infinite subject, but because the condescension and sufferings to which it led, and the blessings which it secures for its objects, are beyond our comprehension.

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