By | October 22, 2012

“The Life of Faith” A.W. Pink, pages 50-51   The Christian is not always in the enjoyment of a childlike confidence. And why? Because he is often guilty of “grieving” the Spirit, and then he withholds much of his comfort. Hereby we may ascertain our communion with God and when it is interrupted, when he be pleased or displeased… Read More »

Strive To Enter The Kingdom

By | October 17, 2012

“Practical Religion” by J.C. Ryle, pages 41-45 What shall I say of those who are irregular about public worship on Sundays? There are thousands who answer this description. Sometimes, if they feel disposed, they go to some church, and attend a religious service; at other times they stay at home and read the paper, or idle about, or… Read More »