C.H. Spurgeon: Iniquity of Holy Things

Jesus Great High Priest Hebrews 4:14-16

“The Iniquity of the Holy Things.”- Exodus 28:38 What a veil is lifted up by these words, and what a disclosure is made! It will be humbling and profitable for us to pause awhile and see this sad sight. The iniquities of our public worship, its hypocrisy, formality, lukewarmness, irreverence, wandering of heart and forgetfulness… Continue Reading


Church is to be Separate from the World

Worldliness in the Church Girded with Truth

Worldliness and The Church The church is a separate and distinct thing from the world. I suppose there is such a thing as “the Christian world”; but I do not know what it is, or where it can be found. It must be a singular mixture. I know what is meant by a worldly Christian;… Continue Reading


Compromise – John MacArthur


When it comes to matters of principle – moral and ethical foundations, biblical absolutes, the axioms of God’s Word, God’s clear commands, and the truthfulness of God Himself – it is never right to compromise. John MacArthur The Book on Leadership, 2004, p. 51. You may also like:The Truth War (Part 1) (Part 2) John… Continue Reading


Worldliness – C.H. Spurgeon

C H Spurgeon

It is clear to every one who is willing to see it that laxity of doctrine is either the parent of worldliness, or is in some other way very near akin to it. The men who give up the old faith are the same persons who plead for latitude as to general conduct. The Puritan… Continue Reading


Come Out and Be Separate

JC Ryle

“There is a widely-spread desire to make things pleasant in religion – to saw off the corners and edges of the cross, and to avoid, as far as possible, self-denial. On every side we hear professing Christians declaring loudly that we must not be “narrow and exclusive” and that there is no harm in many… Continue Reading