A sermon on thankfulness from Charles Haddon Spurgeon
A heart of flesh is known by its tenderness concerning sin.
Many professed Christians are always doubting and fearing, and they forlornly think that this is the necessary state of believers. This is a mistake.
“Let me now go to the field, and glean ears of corn.”Ruth 2:2 Downcast and troubled Christian, come and glean today in the broad field of promise. Here are abundance of precious promises, which exactly meet thy wants. Take this one: “He will not break the bruised reed, nor quench the smoking flax.” Doth not […]
Forget not what thy God has done for thee; turn over the book of thy remembrance, and consider the days of old.
O for grace to study the Bible with Jesus as both our teacher and our lesson!
Wear your shield, Christian, and cry mightily unto God, that by his Spirit you may endure to the end.
We are not to expect that God will give us everything we choose to ask for. We know that we sometimes ask, and do not receive, because we ask amiss.
How blessed to feel assured that the Lord is with us in all our ways, and condescends to go down into our humiliations and banishments with us!
Dear friends, can you, by faith, see yourselves in that number?