Samuel Rutherford Quotes About Grace

Browse 4 famous quotes of Samuel Rutherford about Grace.

"Beware of license to the flesh, under the coat of liberty of the Spirit; and let none thinke that law-curses, looseth us from all law-obedience; or that Christ hath cryed down the tenne commandments; and that Gospel-liberty is a dispensation for law-loosenesse; or that free grace is a lawless Pope." ~ Samuel Rutherford
"[T]he Papist and the Arminian on the one extremity, enthroneth Nature, and extolleth proud merit, and abaseth Christ and free grace. The Familist, libertine, and Antinomian, on a contrary extremity and opposition, turn man into a block, and make him into a mere patient in the way to heaven." ~ Samuel Rutherford
"Millions of hells of sinners cannot come near to exhaust infinite grace." ~ Samuel Rutherford
"Grace tried is better than grace, and more than grace; it is glory in its infancy." ~ Samuel Rutherford
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Bertie stared at his mother. She spoils things, he thought. All she ever does is spoil things. He had not started this conversation, and it was not his fault that they were now talking about Grey Owl. He sounded rather a nice man to Bertie. Any why should he not dress up in feathers and live in the forests if that was what he wanted to do? It was typical of his mother to try to spoil Grey Owl's fun."
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