Proverbs & Short Articles


The Christian is left here to be a visual display of Christ.

The things that really matter are the things that are not seen, for those that are not seen are eternal (see 2 Cor. 4: 18).

The habitual use of unscriptural phraseology is both the product and cause of unscriptural ideas. 

Free will in conversion is an absurd idea. It implies that the new nature is begotten by the free will of our old nature.

There is a notion in Christendom that a pastor is a man set over a congregation. The idea is in people’s heads, but not in Scripture.

If a particular brother is expected to administer the bread and wine, then where is the direction of the Holy Spirit in that?

The best kind of blessings are in the best place, for they are all in Christ (see Eph. 1: 3).

I owed a debt I could not pay; He paid a debt He did not owe.

God is not said to forget sins, as if a human weakness attached to God. Instead, He never remembers them any more (see Heb. 10: 17)—He does not hold them in His mind against us in any way.