Category Archives: D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Pastor of Westminster Chapel in London for almost 30 years. One of the most influential preachers of the 20th century.

Lord, Lord…

No man is a Christian unless he says “Lord, Lord” to the Lord Jesus Christ. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Studies in the Sermon on the Mount, p. 518

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Avoid specious arguments…

Must we not all plead guilty to the fact that, though we claim to believe the whole of Scripture, in practice we frequently deny much of it by ignoring it, simply because it does not pander to the flesh, or … Continue reading

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Destination…destination…destination…

The man who does not consider his destination is a fool. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Studies in the Sermon on the Mount, p. 492

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Practical relationship…

When we have seen the truth we must do something about it; we must bring ourselves into a practical relationship to it. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Studies in the Sermon on the Mount, p. 489

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Talking to myself…

It is surely true that the solution to many of our problems in this Christian life is that we should talk more to ourselves. We should constantly remind ourselves of who we are and what we are. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, … Continue reading

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Yes, wonderful, marvelous… (Lloyd-Jones)

We all know how easy it is to read such a statement, or to listen to an exposition on it, or to read and exposition of it in a book, or to see some great picture which conveys it, and … Continue reading

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Transformed future…

We are the children of a Father who not only loves us but looks upon us and keeps His eye upon us. He will never give us anything evil. But beyond all, He will never lead us astray. He will … Continue reading

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