Saturday, August 13, 2011

Quote of the Day #149 - Charles Spurgeon


A quote from Charles Spurgeon on election:
How shall those who are the subjects of divine election sufficiently adore the grace of God? They have no room for boasting, for sovereignty most effectually excludes it. The Lord's will alone is glorified, and the very notion of human merit is cast out to everlasting contempt. There is no more humbling doctrine in Scripture than that of election, none more promotive of gratitude, and, consequently, none more sanctifying. Believers should not be afraid of it, but adoringly rejoice in it.
~Charles Spurgeon (ME661)

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