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100:2). In regard to the duty of mercy, it says do it “with cheer­ fulness” (Rom. 12:8). In regard to the duty of afflic­ tions, it says, “Count it all joy” (James 1:2). We simply water down the divine command when we call someone to half their duty. The second thing we must say when we tell a dis­ consolate person to “do their job” is that while they do their job, they should probably be repenting and con­ fessing the sin of gloomy faith. I say “probably” because even in cases where the main cause is physical, there is probably some element of sinful pride or self-pity min­ gled with it.

He was one of the healthiest, happiest pastors in the eighteenth century. This proved to be life-giving—to a point—for a sui­ cidal poet named William Cowper, who wrote some of our best-known hymns. Newton had drunk deeply at the fountain of grace, the cross of Jesus Christ. He was filled with joy and overflowing for those who weren’t. To taste the kind of person Newton was, lis­ ten to this testimony he wrote about how he lived his days. Richard Baxter, “The Cure of Melancholy,” 284. : Crossway Books, 2001), 81-122.

It is God who justifies. Who is to condemn? Christ Jesus is the one who died” (Rom. 8:33-34). The Devil Cannot Abide with the Light of Cherished Truth Third, deliverance from Satan’s oppressing, darkening, and deceiving work in the life of the Christian comes most often by the power of truth, and only rarely by exorcism. I have seen demon-possession and have been a part of one very dramatic exorcism. I don’t believe the person was a Christian till after the deliverance. The complete takeover of the personality by a demon is not something the Holy Spirit would allow in the Christ­ indwelt heart.

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