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bibledevotionals:

Matthew 25:44

bibledevotionals:

Matthew 25:44

Nothing is more helpful and practical in Christian living — than the habit of getting a verse or phrase of Scripture into the mind and heart in the morning. Its influence stays through the day, weaving itself into all the day’s thoughts and words and experiences.
J. R. Miller (via bibledevotionals)
Whosoever you are, how great a sinner soever you have been, in the name of the great God do I offer Jesus Christ to you; as you value your life and soul, refuse him not, but stir up yourself to accept the Lord Jesus.
George Whitefield (via bibledevotionals)
If Jesus is precious to you, you will not be able to keep your good news to yourself.
(via thewordofthelivinggod)
bibledevotionals:

Charles Spurgeon - One heart in two bodies

bibledevotionals:

Charles Spurgeon - One heart in two bodies

Jesus Christ must be your whole wisdom, Jesus Christ must be your whole righteousness, Jesus Christ must be your whole sanctification, or he will never be your eternal redemption.
George Whitefield

(via bibledevotionals)

Be humble, talk little, think and pray much.
George Whitefield (via raydeck3)
1) Have I been fervent in prayer?
2) Have i considered how every conversation and thought should be used to give God glory?
3) Have I after every pleasure, considered how I can thank and praise God?
4) Have I been meek, cheerful and affable in everything that I said?
5) Have I been proud, vain, unchaste, or jealous of others?
6) Have I thought or spoken unkindly of everyone?
7) Have I confessed all of my sins?

George Whitfield asked himself these questions nightly before going to sleep to examine his heart.

(via child-and-viper)

"If I had a brother who had been murdered, what would you think of me if I … daily consorted with the assassin who drove the dagger into my brother’s heart; surely I too must be an accomplice in the crime. Sin murdered Christ; will you be a friend to it? Sin pierced the heart of the Incarnate God; can you love it?" - Charles Spurgeon
(via bibledevotionals)
There is something worse than holding our silence while the lost of this world run headlong into hell: the crime of preaching to a different gospel than the one passed down to the saints. For this reason, we must shun the gospel of contemporary evangelicalism, for it is a watered-down, culturally carved, truncated gospel that allows men to hold to a form of godliness while denying its power, to profess to know God while denying Him with their deeds, and to call Jesus “Lord, Lord,” while not doing the Father’s will.Woe to us if we do not preach the gospel, but even greater woe is due us if we preach it incorrectly!
Paul Washer (via community4christ)