Tag Archives: Augustus Toplady

“A Debtor to Mercy Alone”

On Sunday we will complete our study of Romans 8. We have seen why the glorious truths of this chapter have been a tremendous comfort to the saints through the ages. This past Sunday, I quoted from a hymn written … Continue reading

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John Stott wrote: The concept of substitution may be said, then, to lie at the heart of both sin and salvation. For the essence of sin is man substituting himself for God, while the essence of salvation is God substituting … Continue reading

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“Payment God Cannot Twice Demand”

From Whence This Fear and Unbelief By: Augustus Toplady From whence this fear and unbelief? Hath not the Father put to grief His spotless Son for me? And will the righteous Judge of men Condemn me for that debt of … Continue reading

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