Archives for posts with tag: John Newton

“Rest includes a freedom from the forebodings and distressing accusations of a guilty conscience” – John Newton

“Sovereignty, majesty, authority, and power, belong to God. He is the Governor of the universe” – John Newton

“How often, and how greatly, does the fear of death poison and embitter all the comforts of life, even in the time of health!” – John Newton

“He who sits in the heavens will support and maintain His own work” – John Newton

“The Christian soldier, though he may occasionally be a loser in a skirmish, is sure to conquer in the last great deciding battle” – John Newton

“The Christian soldier, though he may occasionally be a loser in a skirmish, is sure to conquer in the last great deciding battle” – John Newton

“Faith, in its practical exercise, has, for its object, the whole Word of God” – John Newton

“As no case is too hard for His power, so no person who applies to Him is shut out from His compassion.” – John Newton

“Faith…gives…an habitual tenderness and gentleness of spirit.” – John Newton

“A believer’s conduct is regulated towards his fellow creatures and, in the discharge of the several duties and relations of life, his great aim is to please God and to let His light shine in the world.” – John Newton