In 1850 a 15 years old lad set out for church on a snowy Sunday morning. The snow storm forced him to seek shelter in the Primitive Methodist Chapel on Artillery Street in Colchester, England.
I pray with all my heart that God will awaken each one of us today to the sweetness, the loveliness, the glory of the gospel declared by Christ.
The above sentence was the final sentence of the final sermon preached on earth by R.C. Sproul. He preached from Hebrews 2:1-4 with a title A Great Salvation. The sermon was given in his regular pulpit at Saint Andrews Chapel in Sanford, Florida.
God is always trying to give good things to us, but our hands are often too full to receive them.
John Calvin, the Genevan Reformer is a great source when we consider the questions posed in Psalm 44. How do we wed the awful miseries of our lives with the greatness of our God?
John Calvin applies his rich theology to this text. Here are ten statements from his commentary for our instruction and comfort.