To Ponder:

Pithy gems from Thomas Watson #2 What fools are they who, for a drop of pleasure, drink a sea of wrath. . . Every time you draw your breath, you suck in mercy. . . We are more sure to arise out of our graves, than out of our beds. . . Read the Scripture, not only as a history, but as a love-letter sent to you from God. . . God would have us part with nothing for Him, but that which will damn us if we keep it! The only design He has for us is to make us holy. . . Death is the last and best physician. It cures all diseases and sins–the aching head and the unbelieving heart. Sin was the midwife which brought death into the world–and death shall be the grave to bury sin! O the privilege of a believer. . . There is more evil in a drop of sin–than in a sea of affliction. . . Knowledge without repentance–will be but a torch to light men to Hell.

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