Standing for Truth – J.C. Ryle

Thy Word is a Lamp unto my Feet

Let us resist false doctrine, and contend earnestly for the faith once delivered to the saints. Let us not be ashamed of showing our colors and standing out for New Testament truth.   Let us not be stopped by the cuckoo cry of “controversy.”  The thief likes dogs that do not bark, and watchmen that… Continue Reading


Cross Exchanged For A Crown

Cross and Crown

Humbling and painful as these truths may sound, it is good for all of us to realize them and take them to heart. The houses we live in, the homes we love, the riches we accumulate, the professions we follow, the plans we formulate, the relations we enter into—they are only for a time. “What… Continue Reading


This Must Be a Soldiers Battle

C.H. Spurgeon

Finding ourselves in a community which had no articles of faith, and seeing deadly error rising up, we had no course but to withdraw. Whether others think fit to do so or not is no part of our responsibility; but nothing can free any true believer from the duty of maintaining pure and undefiled religion… Continue Reading


Hold Fast That Which Is Good

Hold Fast J.C. Ryle (1816-1900) “Hold fast that which is good.” 1 Thessalonians 5:21 There are few things in religion which men are so ready to forget as the duty of “contending earnestly for the faith,” and holding fast the truth. Controversy is seldom popular. Most men like a quiet life in religion. They dislike… Continue Reading