Charles Spurgeon on Our Reasonable Service

20 09 2007


“A man who is really saved by grace does not need to be told that he is under solemn obligations to serve Christ. The new life within him tells him that. Instead of regarding it as a burden, he gladly surrenders himself–body, soul, and spirit–to the Lord who has redeemed him, reckoning this to be his reasonable service.” ~Charles Spurgeon



9 responses

20 09 2007

ask the pastor to let you borrow those books,
the bride wore white and who moved the goalpost.
they should be in his office or back up in the library,
or remind me and i will get them for you on sunday.
smooches, kristina

20 09 2007
Kelsey Hough

Thank you for leaving me a comment about that. I was just thinking about those books. I won’t need to borrow And the Bride Wore White after all because I ended up buying a copy so that I’d just have it around, but I’d still love to borrow Who Moved the Goalpost.

I’ll be sure to ask either you or Rich about it on Sunday. 🙂


23 09 2007
The DT

On an unrelated note, I finished Bird By Bird. It was enjoyable, thanks for recommending it.

23 09 2007
Kelsey Hough

I’m glad you found it enjoyable. 🙂


24 09 2007

hi kelsey! just stopping by to see how youre doing. i havent been around much, been busy with getting the dog better, adapting the new cat, and getting things in order for the my new house. 😀
‘stop dating the church’ – thought provoking title. i have a few thoughts about that as well.

24 09 2007

i just checked my blogspot and got the comments you left me in august 🙂 lol, shows how long its been since i’ve been on there… i haven’t been getting online that much since i’ve been home, all i really do is check my email and myspace… but i’m trying to get back on top of things. and i’m going to email you again, tomorrow hopefully. thanks for the comments though, they were really nice and encouraging.

28 09 2007

Makes you wonder if there are any “true” Christians anymore.

28 09 2007

Great quote. Very centering.

26 10 2007

wise words from the type of preacher we need today

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