Wesley’s Expectation of Persecution

John Wesley was riding along on his horse one day when it dawned on him that three days had passed in which he had suffered no persecution. Not a brick or an egg had been thrown for three days. Alarmed, he stopped his horse and exclaimed, "Could it be that I have sinned and am … Continue reading

Christ’s Imputed Righteousness

In John Bunyan’s Pilgrims Progress, Christian is on his way to the Holy City. Along the way he meets Apollyon (or Satan). Satan accuses Christian of being unfaithful to God. Christian replies, “Wherein, O Apollyon! have I been unfaithful to him?” Satan answers, “Thou didst faint at first … Continue reading

Quotes on Boldness

We fear men so much because we fear God so little. One fear curses another. When man's terror scares you, turn your thoughts to the wrath of God - William Gurnall There is nothing more dangerous on this planet than people that are not afraid of dying - Josef Tson Right is right, even if … Continue reading

Personal Evaluation of Boldness

When is the last time you stood alone on the side of right when it cost you something? When you hear of someone being falsely accused, do you remain silent or clarify what you know to be right even when it is unpopular? The last time God prompted you to witness to a stranger, did you do it … Continue reading