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I would rather believe a limited atonement that is efficacious for all men for whom it was intended, than a universal atonement that is not efficacious for anybody, except the will of men be added to it.

    Topics: Atonement

In Gods case, if He had said in the infinite sovereignty of His absolute will, "I will have no substitute, but each man shall suffer for himself, he who sinneth shall die," none could have murmured. It was grace, and only grace which led the divine mind to say, "I will accept of a substitute. There shall be a vicarious suffering; and My vengeance shall be content, and My mercy shall be gratified."

    Topics: Atonement
    Source: Expiation, Sermon 561, Isa. 53:10.

When God accepts a sinner, He is, in fact, only accepting Christ. He looks into the sinner's eyes, and He sees His own dear Son's image there, and He takes him in.

    Topics: Atonement
    Source: Expiation, Sermon 561, Isa. 53:10.

Remember that if you are a child of God, you will never be happy in sin. You are spoiled for the world, the flesh, and the devil. When you were regenerated there was put into you a vital principle, which can never be content to dwell in the dead world. You will have to come back, if indeed you belong to the family.

    Topics: Backsliding

A man who knows that he is saved by believing in Christ does not, when he is baptized, lift his baptism into a saving ordinance. In fact, he is the very best protester against that mistake, because he holds that he has no right to be baptized until he is saved.

    Topics: Baptism
    Source: Baptismal Regeneration, sermon 10.326.

Nothing binds me to my Lord like a strong belief in His changeless love.

    Topics: Believing

There is no saint here who can out-believe God. God never out-promised Himself yet.

    Topics: Believing

Be careful, dear friends, that you do not misrepresent God yourselves. You who murmur; you who say that God deals hardly with you, you give God an ill character; when you look so melancholy, worldlings say, "The religion of Jesus is intolerable;" and so you stain the honor of God.

    Topics: Bitterness, Worldliness
    Source: A Jealous God, Sermon 502, March 29, 1863.

Anything is a blessing which makes us pray.

    Topics: Blessings, Prayer

In spiritual things, when God has raised a desire, He always gratifies it; hence the longing is prophetic of the blessing. In no case is the desire of the living thing excited to produce distress, but in order that it may seek and find satisfaction.

    Topics: Blessings
    Source: The Treasury of David, Psalm 145:16.

When we ask of the Lord cooly, and not fervently, we do as it were, stop His hand, and restrain Him from giving us the very blessing we "pretend" that we are seeking.

    Topics: Blessings

Next to the Bible, the book that I value most is John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. I believe I have read it through at least a hundred times. It is a volume of which I never seem to tire.

    Topics: Books

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