Highlights From Our Twitter Feed For 10/26-11/1
"God is true. His Word of Promise is sure. In all His relations with His people God is faithful. No one ever trusted Him in vain." - A.W. Pink
“Pride is the oldest and commonest of sins. Humility is the rarest and most beautiful of graces. For humility let us labor.” - J.C. Ryle
“In many evangelical pulpits, the pulpit is gone. People are just wandering around, telling stories.” - John MacArthur
“You will always know whether you are delivered from the guilt of sin by answering this: ”Am I delivered from the love of sin?“ - Spurgeon
"Since Satan cannot destroy the gospel, he has too often neutralized its usefulness by addition, subtraction, or substitution." - JC Ryle
"Delight in duty is better than duty itself. It is not how much we do but how much we love." - Thomas Watson
“No Christian teaching has had more empirical verification during the past century than the doctrine of innate human depravity.” - G. Marsden
"The reason the Lord can be our righteousness is that we are His sin." - Douglas Wilson
“My hope arises from the freeness of grace, not from the freedom of the will.” - Charles H. Spurgeon
"I urge upon you a nearer communion w/ Christ. There are curtains to be drawn aside in Christ that we never saw before. Dig deep!" —Rutherford
“We must take [Christ] as Lord too,…He will be a Savior to none but those to whom He is also Master” - John Preston - 1630
“Every day Noah was building the ark someone told him he was on the wrong side of history.” - Hershael York
Catechism for Discipleship:
QUESTION : HOW DID GOD CREATE MAN?
Answer: God created man male and female, after his own image, in knowledge, righteousness, and holiness, with dominion over the creatures.
Scripture: Genesis 1:27-28; Colossians 3:10; Ephesians 4:24.
QUESTION : WHAT ARE GOD’S WORKS OF PROVIDENCE?
Answer: God’s works of providence are the holy, wise, and powerful acts
which he preserves and governs all his creatures, and all their actions. 9Scripture: Nehemiah 9:6; Colossians 1:17; Hebrews 1:3; Psalm 103:19; Matthew 10:29-30.
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