Word for the Day

How tragic that we in this dark day have had our seeking done for us by our teachers. Everything is made to center upon the initial act of “accepting” Christ (a term, incidentally, which is not found in the Bible) and we are not expected thereafter to crave any further revelation of God to our souls. We have been snared in the coils of a spurious logic which insists that if we have found Him we need no more seek Him.

Tozer, A. W. (Aiden Wilson). The Pursuit of God (Kindle Locations 134-137). Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

Will we let them sit at ease in Zion while certain judgment is visible from the watchtower? Should we not cry out to them: Awake, you who sleep, Arise from the dead, And Christ will give you light. (Eph. 5:14) Examine yourselves as to whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves. (2 Cor. 13:5) Make your call and election sure. (2 Peter 1:10) Understand that this is not a call for ministers or laypeople to become the judges of others, but to put away the belief in and proclamation of a superficial and powerless gospel that is granting assurance to millions, making them resistant against a biblical gospel and sealing their eternal condemnation. We must learn to console and assure the weakest saint who is broken over his many sins, but we must also learn to warn the false convert whose life is a barren and fruitless tree and whose settled manner of living is a contradiction to the gospel.

Washer, Paul. Gospel Assurance and Warnings (Recovering the Gospel Series) (Kindle Locations 401-409). Reformation Heritage Books. Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

Joshua is in the Old Testament in relation to the Pentateuch what the book of Acts is in the New Testament in relation to the four Gospels.

Francis A. Schaeffer. Joshua and the Flow of Biblical History (Kindle Locations 55-56). Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

“Repent and believe!” is the gospel call for yesterday, today, and forever.

Washer, Paul. The Gospel Call and True Conversion (Recovering the Gospel Book 2) (Kindle Locations 186-187). Reformation Heritage Books. Kindle Edition.

Sobering Thoughts

A muscular, unelected Supreme Court enforcing a “living Constitution” that conveniently reflects the prejudices of the elites, without concern for the vagaries of elections and popular sentiment, represents a particularly intrusive form of elitism.

Reynolds, Glenn Harlan. The Judiciary’s Class War (Encounter Broadsides) (Kindle Locations 152-153). Encounter Books. Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

Prayer for revival will prevail when it is accompanied by radical amendment of life; not before. All-night prayer meetings that are not preceded by practical repentance may actually be displeasing to God. “To obey is better than sacrifice.”

Tozer, A. W.. Keys to the Deeper Life (Kindle Locations 103-105). Pioneer Library. Kindle Edition.

Sobering Thoughts

Critical Theory, applied to the law, is little more than mob rule and anarchy; like everything else it touches, it is the negation of what it purports to examine.

Walsh, Michael. The Devil’s Pleasure Palace: The Cult of Critical Theory and the Subversion of the West (p. 56). Encounter Books. Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

Good Physician, here is scope for Thee; come and manifest Thy healing power! There are many of us who have looked unto Jesus and are lightened, but we do confess that our faith was the gift of God. We had never looked with these blear eyes of ours to that dear cross, unless first the heavenly light had shone, and the heavenly finger had taken the thick scales away.

Spurgeon, Charles. The Pastor In Prayer (p. 2). GLH Publishing. Kindle Edition.

Sobering Thoughts

By taxing and parceling out more than a third of what Americans produce, through regulations that reach deep into American life, our Ruling Class is making itself the arbiter of wealth and poverty.

Codevilla, Angelo M.. The Ruling Class: How They Corrupted America and What We Can Do About It (p. 29). Beaufort Books. Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

Labour to mortify your affections, and to get your will melted into the will of God: as the winds are to the sea, so are the affections to the soul of man: so long as the sea is hurried with the wind, it hath no rest or quiet; and what is the reason that our hearts are no more calmed and quieted, but because we have not yet resigned up our wills to the will of God?

Bridge, William. A Lifting Up For The Downcast (Vintage Puritan) (Kindle Locations 330-333). GLH Publishing. Kindle Edition.