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The Blessing of an Excellent Wife

According to Jesus, it is what we do in secret that matters most. Jesus is not suggesting that the outward is unimportant—far from it. "What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has ...

We are weak, sinful people who need all the assistance we can get in order to remember what the Lord has done for us. —R.C. Sproul

Paul says, "For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God" (2 Cor. 5:21). Amazingly, the Heidelberg Catechism says ...

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Wisdom not only will not make us great before men, but will cause us to flee such carnal desires. Wisdom tells us, after all, that the first will be last. —R.C. Sproul Jr.

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How Should Christians Respond to Attacks and Insults? by R.C. Sproul | Ligonier Ministries Blog

Christians who labor unto the Lord remember that God cares about how we treat other people. Because we remember, we make it our own pleasure to glorify Him through sincerity, integrity, kindness, and love. Jesus reminds us that when we stand before Him, the great issue of our lives will not be what achievements we compiled, what honors we won, or what riches we amassed, but how humbly we glorified God and served our fellow man day to day. —Richard Phillips

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Among the many faithful voices from the past, there seems to be one that rises above them all. It is the voice of a man who desperately wanted us to hear not his own voice but the voice of God in His Word. It is precisely on account of the humility the Lord had instilled in the mind of Calvin that I am drawn to him. In fact, there is not a week that passes that I do not think about the example Calvin set forth for us and for Christians in every generation. —Burk Parsons

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I am writing to warn those who will increasingly be tempted to think that frequently meeting God with others can compensate for seldom meeting with Him alone. —Donald Whitney

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While the Lord’s Table is only for the converted, it is also only for the convert who is living the examined and, consequently, repentant life. —Anthony Carter

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