Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Charles H. Spurgeon on Micah 6:8

A section of this paragraph was in the devotional I read today. It really struck me and I wanted to share it. I love how the Lord continually works in our lives through sanctification. We could not even be humble if it wasn't for the Holy Spirit.

"Only through faith in Christ does a man learn to do righteously, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God; and only by the power of the Holy Spirit sanctifying us to that end do we fulfil these three divine requirements. These we fulfil perfectly in our desire; we would be holy as God is holy, if we could live as our heart aspires to live, we would always do righteously, we would always love mercy; and we would always walk humbly with God. This the Holy Spirit daily aids us to do by working in us to will and to do of God's good pleasure; and the day will come, and we are pining for it, when, being entirely free from this hampering body, we shall serve him day and night in his temple, and shall render to him an absolutely perfect obedience, for "they are without fault before the throne of God."

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