Tag Archives: Encouragement

“All his things are ours” by John Calvin

If these matters had in bygone ages been treated and dealt with in proper order, so many tumults and dissension would never have arisen. Paul says that in the upbuilding of Christian teaching we must keep the foundation that he … Continue reading

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There is more glory by John Owen

There is more glory under the eye of God, in the sighs, groans, and mournings of poor souls filled with the love of Christ, after the enjoyment of him according to his promises— in their fervent prayers for his manifestation … Continue reading

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“The Spirit prays in you, because Christ prays for you” by Thomas Goodwin

“For first, he instantly poured out his Spirit and that ‘richly’ (as the apostle to Titus speaks), and he ‘being by the right hand of God exalted, and having received of the Father the promise of the Holy Ghost, he … Continue reading

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“The bread of their souls” by John Owen

“It is a great promise concerning the person of Christ, as he was to be given unto the church, (for he was a child born, a son given unto us, Isa. ix. 6,) that God would “lay him in Zion … Continue reading

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Some gems from Rutherford

Banner of Truth has short little book with snippets of Samuel Rutherford’s letters. You can get it here. The book name is the “The Loveliness of Christ.”┬áHere are some gems: On the Christian’s joy in giving our burdens to Christ: … Continue reading

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Q.1. What is thy only comfort in life and death?

This question and answer has been a source of encouragement to my soul. Continue reading

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