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J.C. Ryle on the Leading Marks of a Forgiven Soul

How do you know if your sins have been forgiven? It would be practically impossible to overstate the importance of knowing the answer to that question for oneself. 614 more words

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“Just as the first sign of life in an infant when born into the world, is the act of breathing,” wrote J. C. Ryle, “so the first act of men and women when they are born again, is Every Christian prays. 8 more words

Extravagantly Broad

Heretic, J.C. Ryle writes in his popular book, Holiness:

“In the next place, a scriptural view of sin is one of the best antidotes to the extravagantly broad and liberal theology which is so much in vogue at the present time.

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Gresham Machen

Do You Pray?

Prayer is to faith what breath is to life.*

*J.C. Ryle,  A Call to Prayer, p.7.

Quotes On Prayer

Grow in Your Sanctification 

“Let your repentance be a growing habit, your faith an increasing faith, your holiness a progressive holiness, your victory over the world a more decided victory, your love to the brethren a more hearty love, your watchfulness over yourself a more jealous watchfulness.” – J. C. Ryle


What Is Zeal, and Do You Have It?

A zealous man in religion is pre-eminently a man of one thing. It is not enough to say that he is earnest, hearty, uncompromising, thorough-going, whole-hearted, fervent in spirit. 282 more words

J. C. Ryle

Should We Disciple Preschoolers?

Often, our family devotions are not a thing of beauty. Tears are shed, screams can be heard far outside our front door, and every other word of the Bible story ends up being, “no” or “stop that.”  At times, April and I feel like the whole thing is one pointless endeavor. 645 more words