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Charles Spurgeon on God's Nature

“The Lord is able to concentrate His whole mind upon any one point without dividing that mind; He has such an infinite capacity that each one of us may be the center of God's thoughts, and y...
What They Said · 2d ago

J.C. Phipot on Modern Religion

“I am quite sick of modern religion; it is such a mixture, such a medley, such a compromise. I find much, indeed, of this religion in my own heart, for it suits the flesh well; but I would n...
What They Said · 2d ago

James Smith on Our Relationship with God

“All our supplies come from God, therefore our dependence should be on Him, and our expectations from Him.”James Smith
What They Said · 2d ago

J.C. Ryle on Love

"Love should be the silver thread that runs through all your conduct"J.C. Ryle
What They Said · 5d ago

Thomas Brooks on a Believer and Christ

“But now a sincere Christian, he owns Christ in all His offices, he receives Christ in all His offices, and he closes with Christ in all His offices. He accepts of Him, not only as a Christ ...
What They Said · 1W ago

J.C Ryle on Reading The Bible

“Let us resolve to "read the Bible more and more" every year we live. Let us try to get it rooted in our memories, an engraved into our hearts. Let us be thoroughly well provisioned with it ...
What They Said · 1W ago

J.C. Ryle on Reading The Bible

“That Bible is read best which is put into practice in our daily lives.”J.C. Ryle
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J.C. Ryle on the Perils of Greatness and Riches

"Greatness and riches are a perilous possession for the soul. They know not what they seek who seek to have them. They lead men into many temptations. They are likely to fill the heart with ...
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J.C. Ryle on Sharing The Gospel

“The truest charity is to endeavour to share with others every spark of religious light we possess ourselves, and so to hold our own candle that it may give light to every one around us. Hap...
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J.C. Ryle on the The Gospel and Believer's Life

“The Gospel which we possess was not given us only to be admired, talked of, and professed,—but to be practised.  It was not meant merely to reside in our intellect, and memories, and tongue...