Aaron Armstrong

Aaron Armstrong is the author of Awaiting a Savior and Contend. He is a writer, speaker, and stereotype Instagrammer. Aaron blogs daily at Blogging Theologically.

In All Your Work Tell The Truth

The following passage from J.C. Ryle's Holiness is sweetly refreshing: If we desire to do good, let us never be ashamed of walking in the steps of our Lord Jesus Christ. Work hard if you will, and have the opportunity, for the souls of others. Press them to consider...

Once a Man has the Love of Christ in His Heart

D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones from Unsearchable Riches of Christ: An Exposition of Ephesians 3 (page 253): The secret of the early Christians, the early Protestants, Puritans and Methodists was that they were taught about the love of Christ, and they became filled with a...

Profession without Prayer

J.C. Ryle, from A Call to Prayer: I do not deny that a person may pray without heart and without sincerity. I do not for a moment pretend to say that the mere fact of a people praying, proves everything about their soul. As in every other part of religion, so also in...

Manifest Thy Healing Power!

Charles Spurgeon, from The Pastor in Prayer: Heal us, Emanuel! Here we are, needing that healing. Good Physician, here is scope for Thee; come and manifest Thy healing power! There are many of us who have looked unto Jesus and are lightened, but we do confess that our...

Lord, Glorify Thyself in Us!

Charles Spurgeon, from The Pastor in Prayer: Lord, convert our friends that still remain unsaved. Oh, mighty power of God, let none come into this house, even accidentally and casually, without receiving some devout impression. May the Spirit of God work mightily by...

The Way of Attaining to Godliness

Walter Marshall, from The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification: The way of attaining to godliness is so far from being known without learning out of the Holy Scriptures that, when it is here plainly revealed, we cannot learn it so easily as the duties of the law, which...

Our Great Duty

Walter Marshall, from The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification: The nature of the duties of the law is such as requires an apprehension of our reconciliation with God, and His hearty love and favor towards us for the doing of them. The great duty is love to God with our...

Lift Up Your Head and Sing For Joy

Charles Spurgeon: Your cleanness is not a thing of degrees, it is not a variable or vanishing quantity, it is present, abiding, perfect, you are clean through the Word, through the application of the blood of sprinkling to the conscience, and through the imputation of...

The Twofold Demand of the Law

John Murray from Redemption Accomplished and Applied (as quoted in Jesus + Nothing = Everything): The real use and purpose of the formula (active and passive obedience) is to emphasize the two distinct aspects of our Lord’s vicarious obedience. The truth expressed...