Tuesday, 10 May 2016


'Take every word as spoken to yourselves. When the word thunders against sin, think thus: "God means my sins;" when it presseth on any duty, "God intends me in this." Many put off Scripture from themselves, as if it only concerned those who lived in the time when it was written; but if you intend to profit by the word, bring it home to yourselves: a medicine will not no good, unless it can be applied.' 
Thomas Watson in David Mathis, Habits of Grace, p.62.