“The Case Between A Saved Soul and God is Settled Once and Forever” — Charles Spurgeon
“The case between a saved soul and God is settled once and forever! There is no more conscience of sin left in the Believer. And as for God’s Book, there is not a sin recorded there against any soul that has received Christ! I know some of our Arminian Brethren rather think that the case is not settled—or they suppose that the case is settled for a time—but that it will one day come up again. Beloved, I thank God that they are mistaken! Christ has not cast His people’s sins into the shallows where they may be washed up again! He has cast them into the depths of the sea where they are drowned forever! Our Scapegoat has not carried our sins to the borders of the land where they may be found again— He has taken them away into the wilderness where, if they are searched for, they shall not be found! The case is so settled that in eternity you shall never hear of it again except as a case which was gloriously decided.”
- Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892)
taken from: The Great Arbitration Case, Sermon No. 661, 1865.