The greatest of all tragedies must be that of the person who dies just outside the gate of life. They are standing, as it were, just outside the Wicket gate to the. LibriVox recording of Around the Wicket Gate by Charles H. Spurgeon. Read in English by MaryAnn Spiegel. Millions of men are in the outlying. Around the Wicket Gate has ratings and 15 reviews. Justin said: I don’t know how anyone could dislike Spurgeon. This is a delightful little books fil.
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It is the ivy which is killing the tree, and if you want the tree saved, you cannot save the ivy. Matthews rated it it was amazing Feb 21, No doubt many have had to suffer spjrgeon which has maimed and lamed them for this life; but if they have entered thereby into eternal life, they have been great gainers.
Let him not dream that the holy Jesus will be the patron of iniquity. Why will you perish through perversely preferring other ways to God’s own appointed plan of salvation? You can listen to it free on LibriVox http: Sprugeon best of us! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Read in English by MaryAnn Spiegel. Souls by hundreds come to faith in Jesus under a ministry which sets him forth clearly and constantly.
I shelter this sinner; in the secret place of my tabernacle do I hide him; I will not suffer him to perish, for he puts his trust in me. I am sure I should be afraid to trust myself in a slender tower in the midst of the great billows. Now I trust my soul with Jesus, and I am saved. Don’t trust the Lord in mere thf about a few great spiritual things; but trust him for everything, for ever, both for time and eternity, for body and for soul.
Isaiah Jesch rated it really liked it Jul 23, I cannot realize that I am saved. The person for whom Jesus is an accepted Substitute must go free; none can touch him; he is clear. No Christian should aroundd without a copy, to either lend or give away to a friend or acquaintance who may be lingering at the gate. Ships from and sold by Amazon. They are afraid to quit the hope to which they ignorantly cling.
Around the Wicket Gate by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
God’s bare arm is quite enough to lean upon. God has not mocked us with a salvation which we cannot understand.
Our little drawing is very accurate. The past is now in your Savior’s hand, and you shall never be condemned for it, whatever it may have been, for the Lord has cast your iniquities into the midst of the sea. If you will believe him, you shall be saved; and if you will not believe him, I cannot ask him to invent a new way to gratify your unbelief.
It reminds one of the two philosophers who debated about food, and went away empty from the table, while the common countryman in the corner asked no question, but used his knife and fork with great diligence, and went on his way rejoicing.
Seeing a sweet country girl standing at the gate, a tourist went up to her, and offered her a shilling to permit him to pass. The children were crying. The state of mind which we describe as believing is a result, following upon certain former states of mind. Grip the Rock of Ages. Give up your hold upon everything but Christ, and drop. It is not so.
It is written, “Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree;” but who knows what that curse means? A much-esteemed friend came to me one Sabbath morning after service, to shake hands with me, “for,” sprugeon she, “I was fifty years old on the same day as yourself.
What a picture of faith is this! What have we to do with recondite questions while our souls are in peril? To be baptized is to submit to the ordinance which our Lord fulfilled at Jordan, to which the converted ones submitted at Pentecost, to which the jailer yielded obedience on the very night of his conversion.
The weight of atound body was first sustained by his feet, spjrgeon the nails hte through the tender nerves: Trust the Lord Jesus in the matter of sanctification.
We have a fountain in the grounds of the Stockwell Orphanage, and when it is running in the hot weather, the boys go to it naturally. Waiting or refusing to decide will practically be a sure decision for the evil one. The moment she came on board a British vessel she was free.
Around the Wicket Gate
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Think it over, and may there soon be a band of union between you and God, through your faith in Christ Jesus! As to his body, it shared with his mind in a grief that never can wickft described. So, when a man trusts to his works, or to his prayers, or almsgivings, or to sacraments, or to anything of that sort, he will not be saved, because there is no junction between him spurgoen God through Christ Jesus; but faith, though it may seem to be like a slender cord, is in the hand of the great God on the shore side; infinite power pulls in the connecting line, and thus draws the man from destruction.
Infinite grace provided the great sacrifice; infinite love submitted to death for our sakes. How can that fail which God prescribes, and concerning which he gives a promise?
What can be the use of inventing reasons why I should not hold my own house, or possess any other piece of property which is enjoyed by me? That which he wrought out in his heart’s blood, would he barter it with spurgen for our tears, and vows, or for ceremonial observances, and feelings, and works?
My strength is dried, up like a potsherd; and my tongue cleaveth to my jaws; and thou hast brought me into the dust of death. A man may know that he is lost, and yet he may never be saved.
Around the Wicket Gate
Why should not the reader do so at once? There is no other way. His justice will not permit him to see the debt paid, first, by the Surety, and then again by the debtor.