The Urim and The Thummim

One Comment on “The Urim and The Thummim

  1. This is the preaching that we need. So often we are enticed by names and personalities, rather than sound doctrine from men such as this, brothers in Christ. He is an example of a true man of God, a good measure to measure others by, being thoroughly doctrinal, not floury, blessed this and blessed that, gracious this and gracious that. This brother speaks sound words. Excellent!

    Spurgeon would disagree with this brother, for this brother rightly infoms us that we do not know sin until we are saved. The former claims we can count our sins, and once counted, give them to God, and then we can be saved. If we hold back but one sin, claims Spurgeon, we cannot be saved.

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