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What They Said · 10h ago

Thomas Watson on Glorifying God

“We glorify God by walking cheerfully. It brings glory to God, when the world sees a Christian has that within him that can make him cheerful in the worst times; that can enable him, with th...
What They Said · 11h ago

Thomas Watson on Glorifying God

“We glorify God, by being contented in that state in which Providence has placed us. We give God the glory of his wisdom, when we rest satisfied with what he carves out to us.”Thomas Watson
What They Said · 11h ago

Thomas Watson on Glorifying God

“By our exact Bible-conversation we glorify God. Though the main work of religion lies in the heart, yet our light must so shine that others may behold it. The safety of a building is the fo...
What They Said · 5d ago

Jonathan Edwards on True and False Affections

“Just as all Christian affections flow from true divine love, so in the same way, other false affections flow naturally from a counterfeit love. In both cases, love is the fountain, and the ...
What They Said · 6d ago

Jonathan Edwards on Singing Praises and Affections

“The duty of singing praises to God seems to be appointed wholly to excite and express religious affections. No other reason can be assigned for why we should express ourselves to God in ver...
What They Said · 1w ago

Jonathan Edwards on Christ

“God sent the Lord Jesus Christ into the world to be the light of the world, the head of the whole church, and the perfect example of true religion and virtue for imitation by all. He is the...
What They Said · 1w ago

Jonathan Edwards on Love and Affections

“For love is not only one of the affections, but it is the first and chief of the affections; and it is the fountain of all the affections. From love arises hatred of those things which are ...
What They Said · 1w ago

Jonathan Edwards on Affections

“The Author of the human nature has not only given affections to men, but He has made them very much the spring of men’s actions. Just as the affections not only necessarily belong to the hu...
What They Said · 1W ago

Matthew Meade on Obedience

“A man may obey the law, and yet have no love to the lawgiver: a carnal heart may do the command of God, but he cannot love God, and therefore cannot do it aright; for love to God is the fou...
What They Said · 1W ago

Matthew Meade on False Conversion

“A man may be converted from a course of profaneness to a form of godliness; from a filthy conversation to a fair profession; and yet the heart the same in one and the other. A rotten post m...