Gethsemane supplies the medicine for the ills which followed upon the forbidden fruit of Eden.
C. H. Spurgeon
God knoweth we have nothing of ourselves, therefore in the covenant of grace he requireth no more than he giveth, and giveth what he requireth, and accepteth what he giveth.
My preservation was entirely due, as was the glorious victory, to our God, to whom be all the glory, honor, and praise.
Sometimes providences, like Hebrew letters, must be read backward.
There is no death of sin without the death of Christ.
God cannot be comprehended by us, unless as far as he accommodates himself to our standard.
Be under God’s sunshine, that he may melt thy heart.
Whatsoever is not God, is temporary; whatsoever is eternal, is God.
Is it not better to be contented from a principle of love to God, than from a principle of self-love?
There can be no separation or contrast between the authority of God and the authority of Christ.