I was blind, now I see – A.W. Pink

These are words which every born-again person can apply to himself. There are many things of which the yaw pinkoung believer has little knowledge: there are many points in theology and prophecy upon which he has no light: but “one thing” he does know—he knows that the eyes of his understanding have been opened. He knows this because he has seen himself as a lost sinner, seen his imminent danger, seen the Divinely-appointed refuge from the wrath to come, seen the sufficiency of Christ to save him.Can a man repent and not know it? Can he believe on the Lord Jesus Christ to the saving of his soul and not know it? Can he pass from death unto life, be delivered from the power of darkness and translated into the kingdom of God’s dear Son, and not know it? The saints of God are a people that “know.” They know Whom they have believed (2 Tim. 1:12). They know that their Redeemer liveth (Job 19:26). They know they have passed from death unto life (1 John 3:14). They know that when the Lord Jesus shall appear they shall be like Him (1 John 3:2). Christianity treats not of theories and hypotheses, but of certainties and realities. Rest not, dear reader, till you can say, “One thing I know, that, whereas I was blind, now I see. John 9:25 

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