Category Archives: Thomas Watson

If God be one…

There is nothing that would render the true religion more lovely, or make more proselytes to it, than to see the professors of it tied together with the heart-strings of love. If God be one, let all that profess him … Continue reading

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Not one word…

A contented spirit is a silent spirit; he hath not one word to say against God… Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 106.

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Competency of grace…

Though we should be contented with a competency of estate, yet not with a competency of grace. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 102.

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Tents of Kedar…

It is dangerous living in the tents of Kedar. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 101.

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Easier disease than health…

…it is easy to catch a disease from another, but not to catch health. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 101.

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Making a trade of sin…

Though, in regard of externals, a man should be in every estate content, yet he must not be content in such a condition wherein God is apparently dishonoured. If a man’s trade be such that he can hardly use it, … Continue reading

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Sin doth strengthen…

The longer a man stays in his sin, the more sin doth strengthen. Thomas Watson. The Art of Divine Contentment, p. 99.

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