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If we do wrong and no harm comes of it, we are not thereby justified. If we did evil and good came of it, the evil would be just as evil. It is not the result of the action, but the action itself which God weighs.

    Topics: Good and Evil

Our best performances are so stained with sin, that it is hard to know whether they are good works or bad works.

    Topics: Good and Evil

We declare, upon Scriptural authority, that the human will is so desperately set on mischief, so depraved, and so inclined to everything that is evil, and so disinclined to everything that is good, that without the powerful, supernatural, irresistible influence of the Holy Spirit, no human will ever be constrained towards Christ.

    Topics: Good and Evil, Holy Spirit
    Source: Sermon on John 6:44.

If there were no gratified hearers of ill reports, there would be an end of the trade of spreading them.

    Topics: Gossip
    Source: The Treasury of David, Psalm 15.

The best way to deal with slander is to pray about it: God will either remove it, or remove the sting from it. Our own attempts at clearing ourselves are usually failures; we are like the boy who wished to remove the blot from his copy, and by his bungling made it ten times worse.

    Topics: Gossip
    Source: The Treasury of David, Commentary for Psalm 119:20.

The bridge of grace will bear your weight, brother. Thousands of big sinners have gone across that bridge, yea, tens of thousands have gone over it. Some have been the chief of sinners and some have come at the very last of their days but the arch has never yielded beneath their weight. I will go with them trusting to the same support. It will bear me over as it has for them.

    Topics: Grace, Faith

Christian, remember the goodness of God in the frost of adversity.

    Topics: Grace, Adversity

Free grace can go into the gutter, and bring up a jewel!

    Topics: Grace

We believe, that the work of regeneration, conversion, sanctification and faith, is not an act of man's free will and power, but of the mighty, efficacious and irresistable grace of God.

    Topics: Grace, Sanctification

Soar back through all your own experiences. Think of how the Lord has led you in the wilderness and has fed and clothed you every day. How God has borne with your ill manners, and put up with all your murmurings and all your longings after the 'sensual pleasures of Egypt!' Think of how the Lord's grace has been sufficient for you in all your troubles.

    Topics: Grace

Born, as all of us are by nature, an Arminian, I still believed the old things I had heard continually from the pulpit, and did not see the grace of God. When I was coming to Christ, I thought I was doing it all myself, and though I sought the Lord earnestly, I had no idea the Lord was seeking me.

    Topics: Grace
    Source: Sermon, A Defense of Calvinism.

Free will I have often heard of, but I have never seen it. I have met with will, and plenty of it, but it has either been led captive by sin or held in blessed bonds of grace.

    Topics: Grace

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