R.C. Sproul on Miracles

Rather than proving the existence of God, the biblical miracles serve to authenticate  the messenger sent from God.

There are people in the world who claim to perform miracles, but they are theological charlatans of the worst kind. If they really are doing miracles, their writings ought to be included in the New Testament, because their miracles mean that God is authenticating them as agents of revelation.

Charles Spurgeon on Sola Gratia - Grace Alone

If there is to be in our celestial garment but one stitch of our own making we are all of us lost.

J.C. Ryle on Truth

Never let us be guilty of sacrificing any portion of truth on the altar of peace.

R.C. Sproul on The Fallen Man

Fallen man does not come to the Word of God because he has no taste for the things of God. By nature the things of God are foreign to him. He doesn't want God in his thinking. He refuses to have anything to do with Him. He has no desire for the things of God. By nature his desires are only wicked continually. That's why God has to change the disposition of a person's heart before he will ever respond to the Word of Christ. The Spirit has to set him free.

Jonathan Edwards on Being Humble

A truly humble man is sensible of his natural distance from God; of his dependence on Him; of the insufficiency of his own power and wisdom; and that it is by God's power that he is upheld and provided for, and that he needs God's wisdom to lead and guide him, and His might to enable him to do what he ought to do for Him.

Jonathan Edwards on Delighting in God

Spiritual delight in God arises chiefly from his beauty and perfection, not from the blessings he gives us.

John Calvin on Our Acceptance

It is the gospel that continues to remind us that our day-to-day acceptance with the Father is not based on what we do for God but upon what Christ did for us.

Charles Spurgeon on True Converts

A man's converts are always a disgrace to him. It is only those that God converts that will last. If they are converted by man they can be unconverted by man.

Charles Spurgeon on Being Content

No life can surpass that of a man who quietly continues to serve God in the place where providence has placed him.