Everybody has "got over the Red Sea, they have shouted their hymns of joy, they have reached the desert; now temptations and the cross...next murmurings."
"Giant Fear has come upon many..."
"...everyone will shirk if he can."
"The general idea seems to be, that they have been baptized, and so washed in the Blood of the Lamb, and are going to heaven, and so it matters not that they lie and deceive and steal and commit adultery and fornication.
"Now where do these people stand? I have no doubt in my own mind, for we are told to judge by fruits, and that 'if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of His,' and that such as are 'led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God,' and 'without holiness no man shall see the Lord,' and 'depart from Me all ye workers of iniquity.'"
(In C.T. Studd's own words, page 196, C.T. Studd, Cricketeer and Pioneer)