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The Doctrine of Christ - W. W. Prescott

The Doctrine of Christ - W. W. Prescott

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Published by: Leslie Cooper on Dec 27, 2009
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“The sin of not believing on Christ is to be estimated by the character of Christ; the things that
he suffered; the reason for which he suffered; his present exaltation; the glory of his mediatorial reign;
his long-suffering toward the unbeliever; the disastrous influence of unbelief; the unspeakable blessing
called down upon the world by faith. Rightly ponder any of these considerations, and the sin of unbelief
will be seen to be infinite. And yet there is no sin that so lightly burdens the consciences of men as the
sin of not having believed in Christ. Men condemn themselves bitterly for other sins for a lie, for
instance, into which they may have been surprised; and yet there is not in their heart a whisper of self-
reproach for having made Christ a liar. This is that one sin which gives all other sins a perpetuity of
damning power.”

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