Monday, 28 June 2010


'Though he can never rob a believer of his crown, yet such is his malice and envy, that he will leave no stone unturned, no means unattempted, to rob them of their comfort and peace, to make their life a burden and a hell unto them, to cause them to spend their days in sorrow and mourning, in sighing and complaining, in doubting and questioning. Surely we have no interest in Christ; our graces are not true, our hopes are the hopes of hycocrites; our confidence in our presumption, our enjoyments are delusions.'
Thomas Brooks, Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices, p.142.