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These are the things we want. And in proportion as we have Calvary exalted and Christ magnified, the gospel is preached.

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I wish that our ministry—that mine especially—might be tied and tethered to the cross. I would have no other subject to set before you but Jesus only. A crucified Savior is the life of faith and the death of unbelief. I believe that as often as I transgress, God is more ready to forgive me than I am ready to offend.

The words of Scripture thrill my soul as nothing else ever can.

They bear me aloft or dash me down. They tear me in pieces or build me up. Is it not so with you? If you wish to know God, you must know his Word. If you wish to perceive his power, you must see how he works by his Word. If you wish to know his purpose before it comes to pass, you can only discover it by his Word. I would rather speak five words out of this book than 50, words of the philosophers.

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If we want revivals, we must revive our reverence for the Word of God. It becomes as true to you as if God had spoken it for the first time this very day, and you were the person to whom it was addressed. If your creed and Scripture do not agree, cut your creed to pieces, but make it agree with this book. If there be anything in the church to which you belong which is contrary to the inspired Word, leave that church. I view the difficulties of Holy Scripture as so many prayer stools upon which I kneel and worship the glorious Lord. What we cannot comprehend by our understandings we apprehend by our affections.

Bible study is the metal that makes a Christian. This is the strong meat on which holy men are nourished. Oh, to be bathed in a text of Scripture, and to let it be sucked up into your very soul, till it saturates your heart! If my sermons kept people from reading the Bible for themselves, I would like to see the whole stock in a blaze and burned to ashes.

If I had never joined a church till I had found one that was perfect, I should never have joined one at all.

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And the moment I did join it, if I had found one, I should have spoiled it, for it would not have been a perfect church after I had become a member of it. Still, imperfect as it is, it is the dearest place on earth to us. If Christ cannot take care of his church without you, you cannot do it. Be still, and know that he is God. Now, why not? A church that does not exist to reclaim heathenism, to fight evil, to destroy error, to put down falsehood, a church that does not exist to take the side of the poor, to denounce injustice and to hold up righteousness, is a church that has no right to be.

The man who cannot weep cannot preach. Love your fellowmen, and cry about them if you cannot bring them to Christ. If you cannot save them, you can weep over them. Let this be to you the mark of true gospel preaching—where Christ is everything, and the creature is nothing; where it is salvation all of grace, through the work of the Holy Spirit applying to the soul the precious blood of Jesus.

Whitefield and Wesley might preach the gospel better than I do, but they could not preach a better gospel. No man ever need fear offering a reward of a thousand pounds to a contented man, for if anyone came to claim the reward, he would prove his discontent. I have heard of some good old woman in a cottage, who had nothing but a piece of bread and a little water. All this, and Christ too? If you are not content with what you have, you would not be satisfied if it were doubled. Alexander the Great, with all the world at his feet, cries for another world to conquer. The Lord has now arranged a new covenant of a different character.

It is made with Christ Jesus, the second Adam, and with all whom he represents. If you do this, all those who are in you shall live eternally. What a Magna Carta is this! The man who can fully understand the word covenant is a theologian. I, of all men, am perhaps the subject of the deepest depression at times.