But the years have gone by. Sin has done its terrible work. Now God has commanded that the inhabitants of the land be driven out, be killed, and the land, which hundreds of years before was dedicated to a chosen people and for the religion of the true God and for the writing of the Bible and for the coming of the Saviour, must now become the possession of God's people. - John R. Rice
I answered, "You are talking a language not used in the Bible. And the reason is that you have an idea not taught in the Bible." The Bible commands, "Cry aloud, spare not, lift up thy voice like a trumpeter, and shew my people their transgression, and the house of Jacob their sins" (Isa. 58:1). We are commanded to "reprove, rebuke, exhort." Jonah was commanded to go to Nineveh, "that great city, and cry against it," and he went announcing the dreadful warning, "Forty days, and Nineveh shall be destroyed." The man who does not fight sin, the man who never makes anybody angry, the man who never offends or contends is not a true servant of Jesus Christ. - John R. Rice
Thank God, there is a way of salvation! Thank God, it is all paid! - John R. Rice
You may say, "Oh, but if I don't live right I won't deserve it." Of course not! You never did deserve it. Nobody ever gets saved by deserving it. You didn't deserve it the day you were converted nor one moment since. But Jesus Christ deserved it, and He paid for it, and He promised it, so He gives you everlasting life. - John R. Rice
How many good men there are who stay in a church where the money goes to support modernism! They know better than that, but they stay.
The Scripture says if one doesn't abide in the Bible doctrine of Christ, you are not to have him in your home, nor in your pulpit, nor to teach in your school. if you do, you will be guilty of his sin and God will hold it against you.
Somebody says, "yes, I know, but my mother was a member of this church." Or, "Well, I must be faithful and loyal to my beloved denomination." But YOU had better first be loyal to Jesus Christ. Yoking up with unbelievers is a way of sin. - John R. Rice