Author: Bunyan, John
Genre: Theology - Soteriology
Tags: Baptist / Baptists, Gospel, Grace

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

This small book is forwarded by Charles Spurgeon and reprinted in America by Gospel Publishers in MT.  I found this copy in a used book store.  Listen to Bunyan on the abuses of grace:  “Alas! What can be expected of him that has nothing in him to teach him to manage that knowledge of grace which he has, but his flesh, his lusts, and lustful passions?  Can these teach him to manage his knowledge well?  Will they not rather put him upon all tricks, evasions, irreligious consequences and conclusions, such as will serve to cherish sin?  What Judas did with Christ, that a graceless man will do with grace, even make it a stalking-horse to his fleshly and vile designs; and rather than fail, betray both it and the profession of it to the greatest enemies it has in the world.”

Quote from Better Homes & Gardens (July 2005):  “Studies of more than 6,000 junior and high school students found that those with tattoos and body piercings (not earrings) were more likely to smoke cigarettes or marijuana, go on drinking binges, have premarital sex, get into fights, join gangs, skip school, and get poor trades.  ‘If a child asks for a tattoo, the parents should recognize that as an opportunity to talk,’ says Dr. Timothy Roberts, an adolescent medicine specialist at the University or Rochester’s Children’s Hospital.”

Maybe that’s why God said, “Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD” (Lev. 20:28)!”

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