Jottings – False Doctrine

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Commenting on Jeremiah 31:29-30 & Ezekiel 18:2-4 “Nothing can be more disastrous in its effect upon men than a false doctrine; that is, a misinterpretation of what God has said to men, resulting as it must in a false conception of God and of man’s relation to Him.”

 

G. Campbell Morgan. Westminster Pulpit, Vol. I. Sermon 59 – Jeremiah 31:29-30; Ezekiel 18:2-4 Sour Grapes. Originally published 1915. Digital edition.

 

 

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Jottings – Where To Find Sanctuary

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Commenting on Jeremiah 17:12 “It was the conviction that the throne of God is a sanctuary, that if a man would find sanctuary he must find the throne; if a man would find the place of refuge, of quietness, of peace in the midst of trouble and turmoil and distress, he is not to seek it by the way of asking for a solution, but by putting his life into right relationship with the established throne of the abiding government of God.”

 

G. Campbell Morgan. Westminster Pulpit, Vol. I. Sermon 57 – Jeremiah 17:12 Sanctuary. Originally published 1915. Digital edition.

 

 

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Jottings – The Casual Leads To The Habitual

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Commenting on Acts 20:21b “The forgetting of God which is casual becomes the forgetting of God which is habitual.”

 

G. Campbell Morgan. Westminster Pulpit, Vol. III. Sermon 163 – Acts 20:21 – The Conditions of Renewal. Originally published 1915. Digital edition.

 

 

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