A Saturday Puritan Devotional – Matthew Mead (1630-1699)

"See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are."1 John 3:1 "Our present enjoyments should be a window for the soul to see the goodness of God. Faith can see divine goodness and bounty beaming through every mercy, but to rest … Continue reading A Saturday Puritan Devotional – Matthew Mead (1630-1699)

“Oh, whom do I meet in the sanctuary, whom do I see there before God? I see the Priest in all the glory of His person…” – Samuel Ridout

"Let your mind run back upon what we have been gathering as to this priest. Think of Him as the Son of God in the first chapter, and all the perfections that are unfolded as to Him there. Think of Him as the Son of Man, as you have Him in the second chapter, humbled … Continue reading “Oh, whom do I meet in the sanctuary, whom do I see there before God? I see the Priest in all the glory of His person…” – Samuel Ridout

“…a portion worthy of your choicest affection.” – George Swinnock (1627-1673)

Whom have I in heaven but you? And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you.Psalm 73:25 "A Christian in his saddest condition can enjoy God as his portion. You, who have chosen the world for your portion, have you not read what a perishing portion it is? I offer you today a … Continue reading “…a portion worthy of your choicest affection.” – George Swinnock (1627-1673)

“You are not allowed to halve the Scriptures, and to believe what you please.” by C. H. Spurgeon

You are not allowed to halve the Scriptures and to believe what you please. You are not allowed to believe the Scriptures with a half-heartedness, for if you do this willfully, you have not the faith which looks alone to Christ. True faith gives its full assent to the Scriptures. It takes a page and … Continue reading “You are not allowed to halve the Scriptures, and to believe what you please.” by C. H. Spurgeon