The nineteenth century Old School Presbyterian theologian Charles Hodge wrote in his Systematic Theology, “…it is a fact that unless children are brought up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord, they, and the society which they constitute or control, will go to destruction. 1,010 more words
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“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
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
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“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.