Spurgeon on God’s “Shalls” & “Wills”

“Oh! I love God’s ‘shalls’ and ‘wills.’ There is nothing comparable to them. Let a man say ‘shall,’ what is it good for? ‘I will,’ says man, and he never performs; ‘I shall,’ says he, and he breaks his promise. But it is never so with God’s ‘shalls.’

…I tell you yes, for herein rests the power of the gospel. It does not ask you consent; but it gets it. It does not say, ‘Will you have it?’

But it makes you willing in the day of God’s power. Not against your will, but it makes you willing. It shows you its value, and then you fall in love with it.”

– Charles H. Spurgeon, “Heaven and Hell”

“No man can come to Me, except the Father which hath sent Me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day.” – John 6:44

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