Tuesday, December 27, 2016

The Lord's Supper by Thomas Watson

Just finished the little book, The Lord's Supper by Thomas Watson.

Great book.

Christ's blood to an unbeliever is like aqua vitae in a dead man's mouth; it loses all its virtue.

Let us weep for those sins which shed His blood, yet rejoice in that blood which washes away our sins.

A weak faith can lay hold on a strong Christ.

Zeal loves truth most when it is disgraced and hated.

Wicked men, while they live, are blinded by the god of this world (2 Cor. 4:4). But when they are dying, the eye of the conscience will begin to be opened and they shall see the wrath of God flaming before their eyes; which sight will be a sad prologue to an external tragedy.

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