By nature you are children of Satan; I would here show you how you may be made sons of God: "Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called th It has a depth in which an elephant may swim.
The sermons of the Rev. Robert Murray McCheyne by Robert Murray McCheyne
Many have stumbled over it to their own destruction. Pray unfeignedly that we may be kept from erring in We find Paul mentioning the same thing in the vers Dear children, to-day To a Saviour fly. How sweet are the flowerets In April and may! He was speaking to a crowd of ignorant and prejudiced Jews, and yet how kindly he deals with them.
He told them one parable, but they understood not. This parable represents the church on earth as Christ's home or dwelling. Because He is the foundation stone of it.
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Just as every stone of a building rests on the foundation, so d It is the object that attracts the eyes of the holy angels to the spot where it takes place. It is the object which the We have already learned that she was an eminent believer: "She sat at the feet of Jesus, and heard His word.
It was very humbling to the disciples to be told that they had not chosen Christ. Your wants were so many, your hearts were so hard, that ye have not chosen me. And y Christ came to make men glad. Beneath Moriah's rocky side A gentle fountain springs, Silent and soft its waters glide, Like the peace the Spirit brings.
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The thirsty Arab stoops to drink Of the cool and quiet wave, And the thirsty spirit stops to th Now, some think that speaking about hell is not preaching the gospel; and others think that simple men have no right to speak of it. Now, to them who think it is not gospel There are many people that do not like to hear preaching about hell, and some The world cannot receive him because it seeth him not, neither knows him. Unconverted ministers do not often like to preach about the Holy Spirit.
Unconverted hearers do not often like to hear It is high time for you to awake out of sleep. There is a condition among Christians which may be called sleeping; like the ten virgins, they s I once was a stranger to grace and to God, I knew not my danger, and felt not my load; Though friends spoke in rapture of Christ on the tree, Jehovah Tsidkenu was nothing to me. They are not arranged in any particular order.
Perhaps at some future occasion I will be more systematic and locate all the The first conviction that is essential to the conversion of the soul, is conviction of sin; not the general conviction that all men are sinful, but the personal conviction that I am an undone sin They think that when men have, by their own solemn act and Isaiah Though engaged night and day with his flock in St.
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Luke ,15 In the midst of the restless activity of such a day as ours, we feel it would be useful for ministe Psalm While he was still undergoing a student's usual Acts , 19 Th Isaiah His people, who had never ceased to pray for him, welcomed his arrival among them with the greatest joy. He reached Dundee on a Thursd John During the summer of , he was exposed to several attacks of illness, experienced some severe personal trials, and The character of faithful ministers set forth in these words, 'We are ambassadors for Christ.
There is contained in these words the substance of After his return at the end of McCheyne resumed his ministerial duties in Dundee with renewed energy. In the autumn of he visited the north of England on an evangelical mission, and made similar journeys to London and Aberdeenshire. On his return from the latter place he was seized with sudden illness, and died on Saturday, 25 March He was buried beside St.
Peter's Church, Dundee, where an imposing tombstone marks his grave. McCheyne devoted all his energies to preaching; and although he was an accomplished Hebrew scholar, he left few permanent proofs of his erudition. He had refined musical taste, and was one of the first of the Scottish ministers to take an active part in the improvement of the congregational service of praise.
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