True Religion

"He that hath clean hands, and a pure heart; who hath not lifted up his soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully." - Psalm 24:4

"Lord cut, Lord carve, Lord wound, Lord do anything that may perfect Thy Father's image in us and make us meet for glory." - RUTHERFORD

Outward practical holiness is a very precious mark of grace. It is to be feared that many professors have perverted the doctrine of justification by faith in such a way as to treat good works with contempt; if so, they will receive everlasting contempt at the last great day. If our hands are not clean let us wash them in Jesus' precious blood, and so let us lift up pure hands unto God. But "clean hands" will not suffice unless they are connected with "a pure heart." True religion is heart work. - SPURGEON


"The Saint and the Prince" compiled and edited by Rev. Stanley Barnes.

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Source: Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster.


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