(John Mason's Spiritual Sayings)
*The goodness of God satisfies our emptiness,
the mercy of God satisfies our sinfulness, and
the grace of God satisfies our unworthiness.
*What sin is there, which grace cannot pardon?
What heart is there, which grace cannot soften?
What soul is there, which grace cannot save?
*The more God's justice was magnified in His Son —
the more was His grace magnified in the sinner.
*God humbled His holy Son — to exalt His saving grace.
*God's faithfulness performed what His grace promised.
Grace drew the covenant — faithfulness keeps it.
Grace called us — faithfulness will not cast us off.
*Abusers of God's grace — are treasurers up of His wrath!
*There is grace in the desire for grace
— as there is sin in the desire for sin.
*Though God in grace has done great things for you — yet consider what in justice He might have done to you.
*While we carry a sense of grace in our conscience to comfort us
— let us carry a sense of sin in our memory to humble us.
*We can never thank God enough for His patience — which has kept us so long out of Hell;
nor for His grace — which so earnestly invites us to Heaven.
*All who are elect — are vessels of grace;
all who are regenerate — are patterns of grace;
all who are saved — are monuments of grace;
all the work of Heaven — is to sing the loud praises of grace.
*It melts the heart to think that God is as full of grace — as I am as full of sin!
He is as free to forgive — as I am to offend.
He has daily grace — for my daily sins.
*The heart of man is such a barren soil that no good can grow — there unless almighty grace plants it.
Grace is an immortal seed, cast into an immortal soil, which brings forth immortal fruit!