Forgiven much=love much

J.C.Ryle comments on Luke 7:36-50 a sense of having our sins forgiven is the mainspring and life-blood of love to Christ. This, beyond doubt, was the lesson which our Lord wished Simon the Pharisee to learn, when He told him the story of the two debtors. “One owed his creditor five hundred pence, and the other … More Forgiven much=love much

The Scapegoat

In a sermon, “As Far as the East is From the West”, a sermon on the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur), Leviticus 16 by Coty Pinckney, This sacrifice, while different and more detailed than the usual sin offerings, nevertheless is similar to that daily ritual. The next act on the Day of Atonement, however, is unusual, … More The Scapegoat

The Extent of Joseph’s Forgiveness (Coty Pinckney)

In a sermon, “Why Forgive?”, Coty Pinckney speaks of the extent of Joseph’s forgiveness: Genesis 45:4a So Joseph said to his brothers, “Come near to me, please.” And they came near. Oh, the call to come near! When Joseph could say instead, “Be gone from me! To the executioner!” But he says, “Come to me!” … More The Extent of Joseph’s Forgiveness (Coty Pinckney)