othing exposes religion more to the reproach of its enemies thanthe worldliness and hard-heartedness of its professors.
ruth must not only be known but acknowledged and held forth inword and practice.
He whose head is in heaven need not fear to put his feet into thegrave.
he riches we impart are the only wealth we shall always retain.
t is not talking but walking that will bring us to Heaven.
Grace is the free, undeserved goodness and favor of God tomankind.
hose who teach by their doctrine must teach by their life, or elsethey pull down with one hand what they build up with the other.
here is a burden of care in getting riches; fear in keeping them;temptation in using them; guilt in abusing them; sorrow in losingthem; and a burden of account at last to be given concerningthem.
romised salvations, though they always come surely, yet oftencome slowly.
hat we count the ills of life are often blessings in disguise,resulting in good to us in the end.
hough for the present not joyous but grievous, yet, if received in a right spirit, they work outfruits of righteousness for us at last.