- We lost a paradise by sin,
and have gained a heaven by the cross.
Stephen Charnock (1628-80)
Until sin be bitter,
Christ will not be sweet.
Thomas Watson (1668)
The cross once seen
is death to every vice.
William Cowper (1835)
The tear of repentance is shed by the eye of faith, and faith, as it weeps, stands beneath the cross.
Horatius Bonar? (1880s)
Let them that will, repent, that Christ may do for them.
I believe what Christ hath done for me, that I may repent.
Thomas Boston (1720s)
A discovery of Christ
in the light of the Spirit,
wastes, weakens and withers
the body of sin.
Ebenezer Erskine (1730s)
If you will remember Christ's love, you will be lifted up from your crookedness, and made straight.
C.H. Spurgeon (1890)
Live in Christ, die in Christ, and then flesh need not fear death.
John Knox (1572)
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Tag Archives: sanctification
“I am here to celebrate my own death.” I no longer live but Christ lives in me. Matt Chandler on Galatians 2:20:
You really, really, really, really, really, really like Jesus but you don’t really want to become like him. Why not? Here’s Francis Chan on Christ’s humility and suffering and our being humble and sacrificial.
What happens when you fall in love with Jesus and still have a little bitterness or lust in your heart? This is the brilliant answer:
Our preaching group at Holy Trinity is reading Paul Tripp’s “Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands” together, a chapter a week. We are writing emails to each other about what we found helpful in each chapter. Here’s my first email to … Continue reading
Here are my notes from last week’s Reaching the Unreached conference, probably the best Christian conference I’ve been on. If you weren’t there, the videos will be posted on the RTU blog. As with all my conference notes, these are … Continue reading
Reading John M. Frame’s Doctrine of God I came across the following extract from Francis Turretin’s, Institutes of Elenctic Theology, III.8,5 on God’s love. A threefold love of God is commonly held; or rather there are three degrees of one … Continue reading
The following illustration from Jerry Bridges’ book “The Discipline of Grace” really helpfully makes the distinction between justification and sanctification clear. During the long years of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union, a Russian air … Continue reading