Originally posted on Tolle Lege:
“Dundee, October 2, 1840 My Dear Friend, I trust you will have a pleasant and profitable time in Germany. I know you will apply hard to German; but do not forget the culture of the inner man,—I mean of the heart. How diligently the cavalry officer keeps his sabre clean…

If you’re gathering in Christian worship tomorrow may you do so hearing and experiencing the pure grace of the Gospel. Anything less is no grace at all. The blog Tolle Lege quotes Michael Horton: “The slightest nomism vitiates the gospel. For Paul, grace does not exist on a spectrum. Unlike a dimmer switch, it is …

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Tolle Lege is a site that features quotes from various Christian writers through the ages. Here’s one from Thomas Watson that I quite liked. “A humble man is willing to have his name and gifts eclipsed so that God’s glory may be increased. He is content to be outshined by others in gifts and esteem, …

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Tomorrow, for those of us who have not been called home, the work of our salvation will continue toward its completion: From Charles Spurgeon, quoted at Tolle Lege: If, when we were sinners, Christ loved us so as to die for us, now that He has redeemed us, and has already reconciled us to Himself, …

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