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Theodore L. Cuyler - 26th February 1909

Theodore L. Cuyler - 26th February 1909

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He Being Dead Yet Speaketh. A gathering of quotes by individual Christian men and women from the past - These are uploaded on the anniversary of their ‘falling asleep’ and intended to inspire us, as we read their words, to follow their good example. They are also meant to further encourage us to read more of their works.
He Being Dead Yet Speaketh. A gathering of quotes by individual Christian men and women from the past - These are uploaded on the anniversary of their ‘falling asleep’ and intended to inspire us, as we read their words, to follow their good example. They are also meant to further encourage us to read more of their works.

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  (Heb.11:4)
   
Theodore L. CuylerDied26
th
February 1909 
 
 
Sufficient to each day are the duties to be done and the trials tobe endured. God never built a Christian strong enough to carry today's duties and tomorrow's anxieties piled on the top of them. 
 
he demand of the day is for a higher standard and style of Christian life. Every follower of Christ must represent His religionpurely, loftily, impressively, before that multitude of "Bible-readers" whose only Bible is the Christian. 
 
et God steer the boat, and let us attend to the oars. 
 
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hen God says to us, " Give me your load, trust me, what youcannot do, I will do for you,"He puts our faith to one of thestrongest tests. He never consents to carry our burdens unlesswe give them to Him. 
 
et him who would move and convince others, be first moved andconvinced himself.
 
 
 
It is the easiest thing in the world to obey God when Hecommands us to do what we like, and to trust Him when thepath is all sunshine.
he real victory of faith is to trust God inthe dark, and through the dark. 
 
ears never yet saved a soul. Hell is full of weepers weeping overlost opportunities, perhaps over the rejection of an offeredSaviour. Your Bible does not say "
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eep, and be saved." It says,"Believe, and be saved." Faith is better than feeling. 
 
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hen you have honestly and penitently sought out Christ, andconfessed your sins to Him, and put yourself wholly in Hishands, then stay there. Follow Him. Keep close to Him and Himalone. In your store, in your shop, in your field, in your home, orwherever you are, be ever saying, " Now, Jesus,
ead me!
eachme
hy way! Hold fast to my hand!" 
 
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hat right has a man to ask Jesus to forgive him, when his heartis still burning with hatred or festering with grudges against afellow-creature? Confession, to be of any avail, must let go of itshold on the sin confessed. 
 
God does not give us ready money. He issues promissory notes,and then pays them when faith presents them at the throne.Each one of us has a check-book. 
 
I never yet have heard of a good man having fallen when he wastrying to do Christ's will and trusting on Christ's help. Every fallwithout one exception came from venturing upon sinful groundor from venturing upon self-support. 
 
You never will be saved by works; but let us tell you mostsolemnly that you never will be saved without works.

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true this totaf - "Let him who would move and convince others, be first moved and convinced himself"
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