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Quotes (698)

There is a voice in the blood of the martyrs. What does that voice say? It cries aloud from Oxford, Smithfield, and Gloucester,- “Resist to the death the Popish doctrine of the Real Presence, under the forms of the consecrated bread and wine in the Lord’s Supper!”
– J. C. Ryle

1816 – 1900

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  1. Amen n praise the Lord for faithful men of the living God!

    There’s a ditch on the other side of that road, as my pastor says. In this case, there is a wide spread practice of down playing the significance of the Lord’s Supper, failing to warn people of the need to be sober in recognizing our ever present need of the mercy of God in Christ and, therefore, thinking we are, in some way, worthy of His sacrifice – if we “had a good week”.

    Both ditches are dangerous for the Christian, most of whom are so easy to mislead.

  2. Amen to resist Rome due to this doctrine of devils and the countless others. And how tragic it is where the honor of the faithful martyrs in Christ who have gone through such unimaginable torments at the blood-soaked hands of Rome is being trampled under foot by our modern ecuminists crying peace, peace with Rome when there can be no peace.

  3. Amen and praise the Lord for these Godly voices from our past! May this generation of born from above believers be just as the men and women of old were; adamant about the truth, bold, standing firm against the tidal wave of deception and false teachings of Rome. The magic act the priest performs in this demonic ritual is unbiblical, Christ our Lord is not present in a wafer for us to swallow and pass through the bowels into the sewer/septic system. Our Lord is at the right hand of the Father! He is coming again, may He be forever praised!!

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