Charles Spurgeon on The Resurrection

Posted by Tony Konvalin | Labels: , | Posted On Monday, December 19, 2016 at 5:30 AM

“Upon the incarnation, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, our salvation hinges. He who believes these truths aright hath believed the gospel; and, believing the gospel, he shall without doubt find eternal salvation therein.

But men want novelties. They cannot endure that the trumpet should give forth the same certain sound. They crave some fresh fantasia every day. “The gospel with variations” is the music for them. “Intellect is progressive,” they say.  They must, therefore, march ahead of their forefathers. Incarnate deity, a holy life, an atoning death, and a literal resurrection—having heard these things now for nearly nineteen centuries, they are just a little stale; and the cultivated mind hungers for a change from the old-fashioned manna.”
Charles Spurgeon


Comments:

There are 0 comments for Charles Spurgeon on The Resurrection

Post a Comment