They show that the requirements of the law are written on their hearts, their consciences also bearing witness, and their thoughts now accusing, now even defending them. - Romans 2:15 The principal means which God uses in conversion, is that of conscience; and indeed without this, all the rest are in vain. Outward afflictions are … Continue reading The Conscience Will Not Always Sleep
How is it possible for any of us to live without a heart full of gratitude when everything short of hell is mercy? If we are not facing the the wrath of everlasting punishment at this moment, we are not getting what we deserve. That is true for every Christian and non-Christian alive right now. … Continue reading Everything Short of Hell is Mercy
Go, you fools, who make a mock at sin! Go and learn its malignity and demerit.
Disbelieve Hell, and you unscrew, unsettle, and unpin everything in the Scripture. Disbelieve Hell, and you may as well throw your Bible away at once! From "no Hell" to "no God" is but a series of steps!
Suppose a person were to go to a blacksmith and say to him, 'I want you to make me a long and heavy chain — I will pay you well for it.' The blacksmith, for the sake of the money, commences it; and after toiling hard for some time, finishes it. The person calls, and says on … Continue reading The Reward of Sin
"Oh, my brothers and sisters in Christ, if sinners will be damned, at least let them leap to hell over our bodies. And if they will perish, let them perish with our arms about their knees, imploring them to stop, and not madly to destroy themselves. If hell must be filled, at least let it … Continue reading If Hell Must Be Filled – Charles Spurgeon
The imputed righteousness of Christ will answer all of the fears, doubts, and objections of your soul. How shall I look up to God?--In the righteousness of Christ. How shall I have communion with a holy God?--In the righteousness of Christ? How shall I find acceptance with God?--In the righteousness of Christ. How shall I … Continue reading Where Justice and Mercy Kiss – Thomas Brooks