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Spurgeon on True Religion

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“True religion is always practical, for it does not permit us to delight ourselves in a perfect rule without exciting in us a longing to be conformed to that rule in our daily conduct.” – Spurgeon

Source: The Golden Alphabet by Spurgeon


Written by Agrammatos

May 22, 2015 at 2:08 AM

On Two Ways of Living

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“He does not ask whether God will forgive the folly of our lives, the madness of our pleasures, the vanity of our expenses, the richness of our equipage, and the careless consumption of our time; but he asks whether God is pleased with these things, or whether these are the appointed ways of gaining His favour? He does not inquire, whether it be pardonable to hoard up money, to adorn ourselves with diamonds, and gild our chariots, whilst the widow and the orphan, the sick and the prisoner, want to be relieved; but he asks, whether God has required these things at our hands, whether we shall be called to account at the last day for the neglect of them; because it is not his intent to live in such ways as, for aught we know, God may perhaps pardon; but to be diligent in such ways, as we know that God will infallibly reward.”  – William Law

Source: A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life by William Law

Written by Agrammatos

May 3, 2015 at 9:38 PM

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