“There is but one thing in this world that a man needs and that is justification—and justification is a fact, not a theory. It is the gospel."
Ellet J. Waggoner
So we are fully assured that the Gospel is the making known of Christ in men. Or rather, the Gospel is Christ in men, and the preaching of it is the making known to men of the possibility of Christ’s dwelling in them.
The old covenant, therefore, together with the law, which pertained to it, was never for one moment of any value whatever for pardon and salvation from sin. It was "made void" even from the beginning.
There is such a thing as being too cautious.
The only part of this earth in which we are directly responsible that the will of the Lord shall be done is in our own hearts.
There is one most precious statement in the account that Luke gives of the Lord’s temptation in the wilderness.
That all people in the world stand in the same condemnation before God is difficult for many to believe, because they see such a great difference in men. But it must be remembered that it is not charged that all are equally guilty, but that all are in the same condemnation.
Judge not ...
Many have asked for the book "Lessons on Faith" complied from some writings by E. J. Waggoner and A. T. Jones. Please enjoy this simple addition to the site.