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Holiness: Thirst Relieved

So! All you wonderful readers get to enjoy another deep (?) note taking of Ryle. Let us begin!

Thirst Relieved
“In the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried, saying, If any man thirst, let him come unto Me, and drink. 837 more words


Quotes (4)

Divisions and separations are most objectionable in religion. They weaken the cause of true Christianity…But before we blame people for them, we must be careful that we lay the blame where it is deserved. 42 more words


Ryle on Repentance

Anglican Bishop John Charles Ryle (1816-1900) wrote in his helpful commentary on Luke:

We must carefully bear in mind, that no repentance can make atone for sin. 284 more words


Death will Die, J.C. Ryle

“The day may come when after a long fight with disease, we shall feel that medicine can do no more, and that nothing remains but to die. 375 more words

Quotes: Favorites


Money, in truth, is one of the most unsatisfying of possessions. It takes away some cares, no doubt; but it brings with it quite as many cares as it takes away.

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People of prayer

by J.C. Ryle

I believe that spiritual as well as natural greatness depends in a high degree on the faithful use of means within everybody’s reach.

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J.C. Ryle On Popular Trends

“‘The fear of man’ will indeed ‘prove to be a snare’ (Proverbs 29:25). It is terrible to observe the power which it has over most minds, and especially over the minds of the young. 156 more words