The Laws of Christ for Common Life. Chapter 13. The Moral Precepts of Christ Generally

Where there is a real faith in Christ, there will be faith in His commandments as well as in His promises; in what He has said about human morality, as well as in what He has said about Divine grace. A man may believe in the Nicene Creed and in the creed attributed to Athanasius, or in the Confession of Augsburg, or the Confession of the Westminster divines; but if he does not believe in the Sermon on the Mount — believe in it seriously as containing the laws which must govern his own life — he has denied the faith, and is in revolt against Christ.

By Robert William Dale

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