“All of Grace”

Here is a gospel nugget from Charles Spurgeon:

Believe it, for it is certainly true that the great God is able to treat the guilty with abundant mercy; yea, He is able to treat the ungodly as if they had been always godly. (All of Grace, pg. 26)

He continued:

The grandest fact under heaven is this—that Christ by His precious blood does actually put away sin, and that God, for Christ’s sake, dealing with men on terms of divine mercy, forgives the guilty and justifieth them, not according to anything that He see in them, or foresees will be in them, but according to the riches of His mercy which lie in His own heart. (pg. 27)

Later He said:

God will spare the sinner because He did not spare His Son. God can pass by your transgressions because He laid those transgressions upon His only begotten Son nearly two thousand years ago. If you believe in Jesus, then your sins were carried away by Him who was the scapegoat for His people. What is it to believe in Him? It is not merely to say, “He is God and the Savior,” but to trust Him wholly and entirely, and take Him for all your salvation from this time forth and forever—your Lord, your Master, your all. If you will have Jesus, He has you already. If you believe on Him, I tell you cannot go to hell; for that were to make the sacrifice of Christ of none effect. (pg. 38)

About Pastor Matt

Matt Baker is the Pastor of Redeemer Fellowship Church.
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