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Category: Lent and Holy Week

THE APPLICATION OF THE SACRIFICE OF CHRIST 1. Having seen how Christ made a full, perfect, and sufficient sacrifice for the sins of the whole world, we will now see how we can apply the merits of His Sacrifice to Read more…

THE EFFECTS OF THE PASSION (Continued.) 1. The satisfaction offered by our Lord Jesus Christ was perfect. His offering was a free will one. He came down from Heaven to redeem men. “Therefore doth My Father love Me, because I lay down Read more…

THE EFFECTS OF CHRIST’S SACRIFICE We will consider Christ’s Sacrifice in its relation to God and in its relation to man. 1. In relation to God, it was a full and sufficient sacrifice satisfying the Divine Justice. A satisfaction is, Read more…

THE SACRIFICE OF CHRIST 1. As the sin of the world was infinite, it was not possible that any sacrifice that man could offer could put away the guilt of sin. Therefore our Lord Jesus Christ came down from Heaven Read more…

THE SACRIFICE FOR SIN 1. We have considered Conscience as the faculty by which we discern between Good and Evil, and then have considered Sin itself. Now we will briefly turn our attention to the Sacrifice offered by Christ in Read more…

SLOTH. 1. Sloth is that love of indolence, or dislike to exertion, which induces man to neglect his duties. The will is given to man as a determining faculty to impel him to action in the right course, and to Read more…

When thou fastest, anoint thine head, and wash thy face; that thou appear not unto men to fast, but unto thy Father which is in secret. St. Matthew vi. 17, 18. “Yes — deep within and deeper yetThe rankling shaft of conscience Read more…

Gal. 2: 20—“I am crucified with Christ, nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me.” THE holy Apostle Paul, whose endeavours towards a perfect life were all founded upon endurance and true resignation, shows us in himself Read more…

Lent Wikipedia Lent Origin of the word The Teutonic word Lent, which we employ to denote the forty days’ fast preceding Easter, originally meant no more than the spring season. Still it has been used from the Anglo-Saxon period to Read more…

¶ from The Temple (1633), by George Herbert: ¶ Lent. WElcome deare feast of Lent: who loves not thee, He loves not Temperance, or Authoritie, But is compos’d of passion. The Scriptures bid us fast; the Church sayes, now: Give Read more…

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