Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Beware of Superstition and Carnal Wisdom


Superstition, unbelief, and carnal wisdom have endeavoured to usurp the place of Christ crucified, to the grief of the church of God. The enemies without do us small damage, but those within the church cause her serious harm; by supplanting the truth and placing error in its stead, they deceive the people, and lead multitudes to destruction. As a Jew felt a holy horror when he saw an idolatrous emblem set up in the holy place, even so do we when in a Protestant church we see the fooleries of Rome, and when from pulpits, once occupied by men of God, we hear philosophy and vain deceit.  
Charles H. Spurgeon  (1834 – 1892)

1 comment:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Very interesting and thought provoking Gregg.

Yvonne.