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Sermon Quotes: "The Church and the Outsider"

"It is with cheerfulness that we dismiss our twelves, our twenties, our fifties, to form other churches. We encourage our members to leave us to found other churches. We even seek to persuade them to do it. We ask them to scatter throughout the land, to become goodly seed which God shall bless. I believe that so long as we do this, we shall prosper." Charles Spurgeon "Pau...

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Sermon Quotes: "A Good and Pleasant Experience"

"Behold." It is a wonder seldom seen, therefore behold it! It may be seen, for it is characteristic of real saints, therefore fail not to inspect it! It is well worthy of admiration; pause and gaze upon it! It will charm you into imitation, therefore note it well! God looks on with approval, therefore consider it with attention." Charles Spurgeon "There blessing falls by ...

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Sermon Quotes: "The Surprise of Their Lives"

"Jesus does not overwhelm these two disciples by some spectacular revelation of himselfInstead, he interprets the Scriptures for them." David Garland "I should have imagined that the Risen Lord would be independent of the Bible. But no! He cleaves to it with all the old affection. He came up from the grave and hastened to the Holy Book." Dinsdale Young "Jesus did this be...

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Sermon Quotes: "Cries from the Cross | Part 2"

". . . his identity contracted to the point where the whole truth about him was that he was the sin of the world. He was carrying it, heaven held him answerable for it, and he was it. It was here, all of it, in his body (1 Pet. 2:24), being condemned in his flesh (Rom. 8:3); because of it he was a doomed and ruined man, korban, devoted to destruction. God's pure eyes could...

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Sermon Quotes: "Cries from the Cross | Part 1"

"All of us treasure the final words of those we love or admire. But Jesus actual final words during his earthly life were not, in fact, collected in one place to form a farewell address. They are scattered in seven different places, three in the Gospel of Luke, one in Matthew and Mark, and three in John. They are not remotely like any other final words ever recorded as bei...

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Sermon Quotes: "Your Unusual Story"

"Which means that Christ, the Son of God in heaven, has been contemplating his suffering and his death for us for centuries. Indeed as far back as the plan of salvation reaches in the mind of God, so far back has Christ been willing and ready to give himself for our sins. You were not loved for just a bloody moment of sacrifice in history. You have been loved for endless a...

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Sermon Quotes: "Meet the Readers"

"In Greco-Roman eyes this person (a Gentile who had become a follower of Jesus) was rejecting the gods of the community and undermining the welfare of the city, and he had become antisocial ('a hater of humanity') and atheistic. The person was sometimes tolerated but also was often treated according to the local perception of their having become antisocial and thus a threa...

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Sermon Quotes: "Why Preaching?"

"These words are Paul's legacy to the church. It is impossible to read them without being profoundly stirred." John Stott "So when that Word is re-announced, there is a sense in which God, who revealed himself by that Word in the past, is re-revealing himself by that same Word once again." Don Carson "Preaching is of the very essence of the corporate phenomenon called Ch...

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Sermon Quotes: "A New Year's Expectation"

"No man needs better company than the psalms; therein he may read and commune with friends human and divine; friends who know the heart of man towards God, and the heart of God towards man; friends who perfectly sympathize with us and our sorrows, friends who never betray or forsake. Oh, to be shut up in a cave with David, with no other occupation but to hear him sing, and...

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Sermon Quotes: "Mary's Song"

"Sometimes bad theology breeds reactionary bad theology. Because Roman Catholicism has gradually added more titles and myths to Mary, Protestants have sometimes reacted by remaining silent about her astonishing character." D.A. Carson "In contrast to the prose dialogue, which is spoken between characters and passively observed by the audience, the songs are often performe...

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