A Sure Guide to Heaven : or an Earnest Invitation to Sinners to Turn to God, in Order to Their Eternal Salvation, 180 pages, read the whole book
p. 129-130, this quote was compiled by Andrew Myers.
7: Accept the Lord Jesus in all His offices, with all his inconveniences, as yours. Upon these terms Christ may be had. Sinner, you have undone yourself, and are plunged into the ditch of most deplorable misery, out of which you are never able to climb up; but Jesus Christ is able and ready to help you, and He freely tenders Himself to you, Heb. 7:25; John 3:36. Be your sins never so many, never so great, of never so long continuance, yet you shall be most certainly pardoned and saved, if you do not wretchedly neglect the offer that in the name of God is here made unto you. The Lord Jesus calls you to look to Him and be saved, Isa. 45:22. Come unto Him, and He will in no wise cast you out, John 6:37. Yea, He is a suitor to you, and beseeches you to be reconciled, 2 Cor. 5:20. He cries in the streets; He knocks at your door. He woos you to accept of Him, and live with Him, Prov. 1:20; Rev. 3:20. If you die, it is because you would not come to Him for life, John 5:40. Now accept an offered Christ, and you are made forever. Now give up your consent to Him, and the match is made, all the world cannot hinder it.
O come in while it is called today, lest you should be hardened through the deceitfulness of sin; lest your day of grace should be over, and the things that belong to your peace should be hid from your eyes. Now mercy is wooing of you. Now Christ is waiting to be gracious to you, and the Spirit of God is striving with you. Now ministers are calling, now conscience is stirring; now the Market is open, and oil may be had, you have opportunity for the buying. Now Christ is to be had for the taking. Oh! strike in [close the deal and make good] with the offers of grace. Oh! now or never. If you make light of this offer, God may swear in his wrath you shall never taste of his Supper, Luke 14:24.
Direction 13: Strike in [close the deal] with the Spirit when He begins to work upon your heart. When He works convictions, O do not stifle them, but join in with Him, and beg the Lord to carry on convictions to conversion. Quench not the Spirit; do not out-strive Him; do not resist Him. Beware of putting out convictions by evil company, or worldly business. When you find any troubles for sin, and fears about your eternal state, beg of God that they may nevver leave you till they have wrought off your heart throughly from sin, and wrought it over to Jesus Christ. Say to Him, Strike home, Lord, leave not the work in the midst. If you see that I am not yet wounded enough, that I am not troubled enough, wound me yet deeper, Lord. O go to the bottom of my corruption, let out the life-blood of my sins. Thus yield up yourself to the workings of the Spirit, and hoist your sails to his gusts.
See also pages 164-166
Beloved, now the Holy Spirit is striving with you. He will not always strive. Have you not felt your heart warmed by the word, and been almost persuaded to leave off your sins, and come in to God? Have you not felt some good motions in your mind, wherein you have been warned of your danger, and told what your careless course would end in? It may be that you are like young Samuel, who when the Lord called once and again, he knew not the voice of the Lord, 1 Sam. 3:6,7, but these motions and items are the offers, and essays [testings, trials], and calls, and strivings of the Spirit. O take the advantage of the tide, and know the day of your visitation.
See also the conclusion of the book, p. 170-176
You put a slight upon the God that made you; you reject the bowels and beseechings of a Saviour, and will be found resisters of the Holy Ghost, Acts 7:51, if you will not now be prevailed with to repent and be converted.
An Alarm to Unconverted Sinners
p. 140, Banner of Truth edition, this quote was compiled by Erroll Hulse
Turn you at my reproof; behold I will pour out my Spirit unto you” (Prov. 1:23). Though of yourselves you can do nothing, yet you may do all through His Spirit enabling you, and He offers assistance to you. God bids you “wash and make you clean”. You say you are unable, as much as the leopard to wash out his spots. Yes, but the Lord offers to cleanse you; so that if you are filthy still, it is through your own willfulness—God invites you to be made clean, and entreats you to yield to Him. O accept His offers, and let Him do for you, and in you, what you cannot do for yourselves.
p. 202–205, this quote was compiled by Tony Byrne