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"The pride of thine heart hath deceived thee"

"If God chooses to revive His church, He will do it the way I think He should do it and it will look the way I think that it should look or I will do everything in my power to put a stop to it and if that doesn't work, then I will have no part of it and I will convince as many as I can that neither should they."

No one would actually come right out and say the above statement (out loud)--but, many actually have that sentiment in their heart.


Quotes on Pride and Humility Grace Gems
Proverbs on Pride Sam Storms
1 Timothy 2:9-11 - Against Ambition and Pride John Calvin
Barth's View of Sin - Sloth and Pride Jason Foster (Reformed Musings)
Obadiah - The Pride Of The Edomites David Legge
A Word about Pride to all but Especially to Ministers of the Gospel Richard Baxter
The Monster Pride! Thomas Reade - from the work "On Humility"
From Here to Humility Robert Barnes - A Topical Sermon on the Problem of Pride
Divine Grace vs. Human Pride Phil Johnson (mp3)
The Sin of Pride Dan Norcini
Undetected Spiritual Pride Jonathan Edwards - One Cause of Failure in Times of Great Revival
Pride the Destroyer Charles Spurgeon
Pride & Humility Charles Spurgeon
Pride - Baker's Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology Walter M. Dunnett
Damnable Pride and Self-righteousness Ralph Erskine (1685-1752)
Pride J.C. Philpot
The Poor of the Land and the Pride of Jacob John Piper
The Sin of Pride L.R. Shelton, Jr. - “The pride of thine heart hath deceived thee” (Obadiah 3).
The Wicked Through Pride Refuse to Seek God Edward Payson - Psalm 10:4
Believing God on Election Day - Pride and Leadership John Piper - Daniel 4:28-37
The Poor in Spirit Brian Schwertley
Pastors, Pragmatism, Pleasure and Pride John Piper
The Pride of Babel and the Praise of Christ John Piper - Genesis 11:1-9
Pride & Humility J.C. Ryle
Lusts of the Flesh - Question 13 David Powlison - How does thinking about lusts relate to other ways of talking about sin, such as "sin nature," "self," "pride," "autonomy," "unbelief," and "self-centeredness"?
Pride: Spiritual Cancer Scot Sherman (mp3) - Proverbs 16:18
Pride, Sloth and Loneliness Thomas F. Fischer
Step 2 - Lust Jeff Miller (mp3)
The Spiritual Watch Thomas Watson
Pride & Humility Robert S. Rayburn
James 1:9-11 - Taking Pride In Our High Position Geoff Thomas
Divine Grace vs Human Pride (MP3) Phil Johnson - Changed By Grace Community Church
Repose in Grace Denis Haack


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