THE strongest believer is subject to fears, and may at times be strongly tempted to doubt, not only all that God has done for him, but his right and title to every promise in God's Book; at such times it is well to have recourse to those wells, from which we have drawn the choicest consolation in former times; and the words of Jesus which we have chosen for this day's portion stand foremost. Here He tells us, with peculiar tenderness and love, that He has made up His mind, that He will on no account refuse to receive the coming sinner, or allow him to be driven from His throne; neither the nature nor number of his transgressions, his age or circumstances, shall be found sufficient to procure him a rejection. His arms and His heart are open, He stands and calls us to Him, giving us this assurance, "I will in no wise cast out." Nearly two thousand years have rolled away since He spake the words: millions of sinners of every clime and character have made application, and all have found Him faithful. Let us not then grieve His love, and distress our own souls, by doubts and fears, but trust His word.
When, gracious Lord, when shall it be, That I shall find my all in Thee? The fulness of Thy promise prove, The seal of Thine eternal love? Ah! wherefore did I ever doubt! Thou will in no wise cast me out.
Bible Verses: John 6:37
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