Sobering Thoughts

When young people want to praise themselves, they describe themselves as ‘nonjudgmental.’ For them, the highest form of morality is amorality.

Dalrymple, Theodore. Our Culture, What’s Left Of It (Kindle Locations 324-326). Monday Books. Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

The wickedness of a people is great indeed when the most notorious sinners are men of renown among them.

Henry, Matthew. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume I (Genesis to Deuteronomy) – Enhanced Version (Kindle Locations 2747-2748). Christian Classics Ethereal Library. Kindle Edition.

Sobering Thoughts

What would the Unholy Left do without illusion? It is the cornerstone of their philosophical and governing philosophy, a desperate desire to look at basic facts and plain meanings and see otherwise, to see, in fact, the very opposite.

Walsh, Michael. The Devil’s Pleasure Palace: The Cult of Critical Theory and the Subversion of the West (p. 41). Encounter Books. Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

Mortification from a self-strength, carried on by ways of self-invention, unto the end of a self-righteousness, is the soul and substance of all false religion in the world.

Owen, John. The Life and Works of John Owen (55-in-1) (Kindle Locations 52483-52485). . Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

Sunday morning is the greatest hour of idolatry in the entire week of America, because the great mass at least of people are not worshipping the one true God. They instead are worshipping a god formed out of their own hearts by their own flesh, satanic devices, and worldly intelligence. They have made a god just like themselves—and he looks more like Santa Claus than he does Jehovah. There can be no fear of the Lord among us, because there is no knowledge of the Lord among us!

Washer, Paul. Ten Indictments against the Modern Church (Kindle Locations 166-170). Chapel Library. Kindle Edition.

Word for the Day

When there is in any a love of earthly things that is predominant, whence a person may be rightly denominated to be earthly minded, he is not, nor can be, spiritually minded at all; he hath no interest in the frame of heart and spirit intended thereby. And thus it is evidently with the greatest part of them who are called Christians in the world, let them pretend what they will to the contrary.

Owen, John. Spiritual-Mindedness (Kindle Locations 296-299). GLH Publishing. Kindle Edition.

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.