Thursday, December 18, 2008

Warrant of Faith

Wassup, guys?

Just wanted to link everyone in case you missed it, to the link under "Sermons" on the left side of my blog. It's called Warrant of Faith. It's a sermon by Charles Spurgeon. It's lengthy, but you babes longing for the pure spiritual milk of the Word should gulp it down easy.

Thanks again, Brian for posting this. More amazing words by brother Spurgeon.

Random thought - I wonder if men grow beards in heaven?

1 comment:

Gary Kirkham said...


I love Spurgeon. I will give it a listen. Here is one of my favorite quotes by Spurgeon:

According to this gracious covenant the LORD treats His people as if they had never sinned. Practically, He forgets all their trespasses. Sins of all kinds He treats as if they had never been, as if they were quite erased from His memory. O miracle of grace! God here does that which in certain aspects is impossible to Him. His mercy works miracles which far transcend all other miracles.

Our God ignores our sin now that the sacrifice of Jesus has ratified the covenant. We may rejoice in Him without fear that He will be provoked to anger against us because of our iniquities. See! He puts us among the children; He accepts us as righteous; He takes delight in us as if we were perfectly holy. He even puts us into places of trust; makes us guardians of His honor, trustees of the crown jewels, stewards of the gospel. He counts us worthy and gives us a ministry; this is the highest and most special proof that He does not remember our sins. Even when we forgive an enemy, we are very slow to trust him; we judge it to be imprudent so to do. But the LORD forgets our sins and treats us as if we had never erred. O my soul, what a promise is this! Believe it and be happy.

Be Happy Matthew (with or without the beard)

Forever forgiven and alive in the Spirit,