Let me try to show precisely and particularly what it costs to be a true Christian. Let us suppose that a man is disposed to take service with Christ, and feels drawn and inclined to follow Him. Let us suppose that some affliction, or some sudden death, or an awakening sermon, has stirred his conscience,… Continue reading What It Costs To Be A True Christian by J.C. Ryle
“How great an honor will it be to a person to have God at the day of judgment owning a person, declaring before all men, angels and devils that that person is before his all-seeing eyes and that he stands innocent and perfect in his sight, clothed with perfect righteousness and entitled to everlasting glory… Continue reading Comfortable Persuasions
“No amount of gift or diligence in the ministry can compensate for the loss of the influence of prayer.” ~ Iain Murray “…he preacheth not heartily to his people, that prayeth not earnestly for them.” ~ Richard Baxter
A. W. Tozer was born April 21, 1897 and died at age 63 on May 12, 1963. He was a Preacher, a writer, a speaker and a mentor to many. This article, in which he refers to the popularity of pragmatism at the beginning of the century thus isn’t talking about this century but the… Continue reading Pragmatism Goes to Church by A.W. Tozer (via worthytofollow)
Of the cross, A. W. Tozer wrote: The Old Cross and the New ALL UNANNOUNCED AND MOSTLY UNDETECTED there has come in modern times a new cross into popular evangelical circles. It is like the old cross, but different: the likenesses are superficial; the differences, fundamental. From this new cross has sprung a new philosophy… Continue reading The Old Cross and the New by A.W. Tozer (via worthytofollow)
Ross makes a good hit-you-between-the-eyes point with this song.