Draw near to God, and He will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners; and purify your hearts, you double-minded. -James 4:8
Ah! sinner, remember, thou sinnest with God’s eyes looking on thee. How black must be thy heart! how awful thy sin! for thou sinnest in the very face of justice when God’s eye is fixed on thee. I was looking the other day at a glass bee-hive, and it was very singular to observe the motions of the creature inside. Well, now this world is nothing but a huge glass bee-hive. God looks down on you, and he sees you all. You go into your little cells in the streets of this huge city; you go to your business, your pleasure, your devotions, and your sins; but remember, whenever you go, you are like the bees under a great glass shade, you can never get away from God’s observation. When children disobey before the eyes of their parents it shows that they are hardened. If they do it behind their parents’ back, it proves that there is some shame left. But you, sirs, sin when God is present with you; you sin while God’s eyes are searching you through and through…Therefore, I beseech you, think of it, and repent of your wickedness, that your sins may be blotted out through Jesus Christ.
Hear, then, in a few words, the way of salvation. It is this. Christ said to the Apostles, “Preach the gospel to every creature: he that believeth and is baptized shall be saved, and he that believeth not shall be damned.”…Thou asked what thou art to believe. Why, this: that Christ died and rose again; that by His death He did bear the punishment of all believers; and that by His resurrection He did wipe out the faults of all His children. ~ C.H. Spurgeon