“The highest happiness consists in holiness. This will make a man happy without anything else. But no other enjoyments or privileges whatsoever will make a man happy with out this.” (Jonathan Edwards)
“A man get to heaven by works? I would as soon think of climbing to the moon on a rope of sand!” (George Whitefield)
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“The redemptive message has implications for all of life; a truncated life results from a truncated message.” (Carl Henry)
“All true and saving repentance tends to holy practice.” (Jonathan Edwards)
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“Deceit is spiritually disastrous—a sin, whatever its supposed justification, that sours every relationship.” (Richard Longenecker)
“God is glorified by His glory being rejoiced in.” (Jonathan Edwards)
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“Scripture is the Word of God in the words of God, accurately reflecting the mind of God and infallibly revealing the ways of God.” (J. Alec Motyer)
“Creation is neither to be deified nor despoiled, but as the theater of God’s glory it is to be delighted in and used in a stewardly manner. It is God’s good creation.” (Herman Bavinck)
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“Every circumstance of the gospel, grace surprisingly heightens it; let us look on what part we will, we shall see enough to fill us and all the angels in heaven with admiration forever. If we consider it as the grace of God the Father, and consider his greatness, his holiness, his power and justice, immensity and eternity; if we diligently consider how great a being he is, who took such pity and compassion on mankind, it is enough to astonish us. Or, if we consider ourselves, on whom this great God has bestowed this grace, we are nothing but worms, yea less than worms, before God; and not only so, but sinful worms, worms swollen with enmity against God. If we consider him by whom we receive [grace], the Son of God who made heaven and, by his almighty power, [is] equal with the Father; if we consider the greatness of what he did–he died most ignominously and painfully in our nature–it all infinitely heightens the grace of the gospel.” (Jonathan Edwards)