Tag Archives: repentance

The Gift Must Be Received and Cultivated

A generation of Christians reared among push buttons and automatic machines is impatient of slower and less direct methods of reaching their goals. We have been trying to apply machine-age methods to our relations with God. Continue reading

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Sins Seldom Confessed

I have, over the past few months, felt the cutting touch of God’s Word, exposing my own sinfulness and teaching me to hate those sins that cling so closely to me, and flee to Christ for His cleansing grace. Continue reading

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When Sinners Repent

When we pray for the salvation of sinners are we praying for those who have really done a bang-up job of it? Continue reading

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Abhorring Evil

“I hate sin not because it damns me, but because it has done God wrong. To have grieved my God is the worst grief to me.” Charles Spurgeon Continue reading

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Ethan’s Aphorisms

Proverbial observations from the Pastor’s Desk. Continue reading

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Repentance is…

The repentance which has no tear in its eye, and no mourning for sin in its heart, is a repentance which needs to be repented of. Spurgeon Continue reading

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