Refuge in Christ’s Righteousness (Toplady)

This morning while studying the incomprehensibility of God I found this great hymn by Augustus Toplady. Based on the last stanza, it could be called "Love Incomprehensible." Here it is - it's great devotional reading for the day! 1 From thy supreme tribunal, Lord,Where justice sits severe,I to thy mercy seat appeal,And beg forgiveness there.2… Continue reading Refuge in Christ’s Righteousness (Toplady)

Music Monday: All Thou Art Is Mine (Toplady)

On this edition of Music Monday, I want to share Augustus Toplady's hymn called "Divine Aid." I didn't have time this morning to find a tune that fits - although I'm sure they're out there. Anyway, here's the wonderful hymn. May it give you Christian comfort and hope today! 1 The power of hell, the… Continue reading Music Monday: All Thou Art Is Mine (Toplady)

Election and Good Works (Toplady)

 When it comes to the doctrine of unconditional election, some have objected by saying this doctrine leads people to neglect to do good works.  They reason this way: if God doesn't elect people based on good things they've done, why would anyone do good works?  It's not a new objection!  Augustus Toplady (d. 1778) answered… Continue reading Election and Good Works (Toplady)

God Never Seeks in Vain (Toplady)

In Luke 15 Jesus gave a parable about a shepherd that lost one of his one hundred sheep. He asked, "Which one of you, if he has a hundred sheep and loses one of them, would not leave the ninety-nine in the open pasture and go look for the one that is lost until he… Continue reading God Never Seeks in Vain (Toplady)

Predestination: The Axe that Cuts Down Pride (Toplady)

 As a follower of Jesus, I am very much aware than any truly good deed that I do is a result of God's grace and the Holy Spirit at work in me.  I can't take credit for any good thing I've done; the credit goes to God.  Here's a great commentary by Augustus Toplady on… Continue reading Predestination: The Axe that Cuts Down Pride (Toplady)