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    "I am not permitted to let my love be so merciful as to tolerate and

    endure false doctrine. When faith and doctrine are concerned and

    endangered, neither love nor patience are in order.... when these

    are concerned, neither toleration nor mercy are in order, but only

    anger, dispute, and destruction -- to be sure, only with the Word

    of God as our weapon."
    - Martin Luther.

    "A chorus of ecumenical voices keep harping the unity tune. What

    they are saying is, "Christians of all doctrinal shades and beliefs

    must come together in one visible organization, regardless... Unite,

    unite!" Such teaching is false, reckless and dangerous. Truth alone

    must determine our alignments. Truth comes before unity. Unity

    without truth is hazardous. Our Lord's prayer in John 17 must be

    read in its full context. Look at verse 17: "Sanctify them through

    thy truth; thy word is truth." Only those sanctified through the

    Word can be one in Christ. To teach otherwise is to betray the

    - Charles H. Spurgeon.

    "Showing mercy to the wolf is showing cruelty to the sheep." - Puritan.

    "Knowing God without knowing our wretchedness leads to pride.

    Knowing our wretchedness without knowing God leads to despair.

    Knowing Christ gives the balance."
    - Blaise Pascal

    "Christ always identified Himself with the least, the last, and the

    - Unknown

    "Let us think often that our only business in this life is to please

    God. Perhaps all besides is but folly and vanity.

    - Brother Lawrence

    "Worldliness is what any particular culture does to make sin look

    normal and righteousness look strange."
    - David Wells

    "Our Faith must be tested. God builds no ships but what He sends

    to sea."
    - D.L. Moody

    "When preachers do not call sin, sin, the people begin to wink at

    - Dr. Micheal Useph

    Mr. Spurgeon leaning over the platform of a church where a work

    of grace was going on, heard a penitent below in great distress

    pray earnestly, 'Lord, make a good job of me! Lord, make a good

    job of me!'