Not infrequently do Christians marvel at the wondrous grace Christ exhibited even as he was in the height of his agony upon the cross at Calvary. The thief, snatched from the jaws of eternal condemnation, becomes instead the first trophy of Christ‚Äôs immense mercy. Here Flavel explores the issue of eleventh hour conversions; are they the exception or the rule in his means of extending grace to us as sinners? This sermon is taken from a series entitled ‚ÄúThe Fountain of Life,‚ÄĚ which is widely available‚ÄĒed.
Gurnall, William. The Digital Puritan - Vol.I, No.3 (Kindle Locations 1599-1604). The Digital Puritan. Kindle Edition.
THE GOD OF ALL COMFORT Psalm 39:4 (KJV)
Lord, make me to know mine end, and the measure of my days, what it is: that I may know how frail I am.
What a blessing and a comfort to be owned by Christ...But oh how I long to know You more and more...and to be with You at last!
Thank you Duane for reading these sermons for willing ears and willing hearts.