Your mother is the first friend you ever had. When you came into this world, not knowing anyone, never having looked into any face — you found her love waiting for you.
Let your broken-heartedness be healed by Jesus. He has promised to comfort the broken-hearted. Pray this prayer now!
The sufferings of our Lord began when He left Heaven and came to dwell amongst man. A meditation on the Lord’s great sacrifice.
An explanation of core Christians doctrined of regeneration, repentance, faith, and conversion by Thomas Moor, written in 1882
Five points of what it means to deny oneself, from AW Pink, English Bible teacher. Little known in his own lifetime, Pink became one of the most influential evangelical authors during the second half of the twentieth century
What is faith? The Prince of Preachers taught that it is made up of three things — knowledge, belief, and trust.
“Anyone who loves his father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me; anyone who loves his son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me!” Matthew 10:37
The Sovereignty of God may be defined as the exercise of His supremacy. Being infinitely elevated above the highest creature, He is the Most High Lord.
The world is before me today, and I am weak and fearful. But I look to you for strength. (A Puritan Prayer)
I approach the footstool of Your throne of grace, through the merits and mediation of Him whom You always hear. A prayer from the heart.
You ask why I follow this Jesus? Why I love Him the way that I do? When the world’s turned away from His teachings… Read more…
Are 21st century idols any different than those of the 19th century?\ Read thoughts about idolatry from a saint long-gone, now in Heaven
Earth is affliction’s home — a troop of sorrows compasses us about. So what about Heaven? How should we understand our eternal home?
Matthew Henry wrote “My Times are in Your Hands” on January 1, 1713. He was 50 years old and died the next year.
The Coming Prince reveals the timing and accuracy of biblical prophecy. It’s also an effective resource to prove the veracity of the Bible.
The ability of the Lord Jesus, which was the grounds of Paul’s hope, is not an essential attribute, but an acquired privilege. Jesus is Able.
You may have learned as a child: “Only one life, ’twill soon be past, Only what’s done for Christ will last.” But do you know the whole poem?
Learn the circumstances under which Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the words to the song, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.”
Charles Spurgeon offers insight regarding why Christians don’t always receive that for which they pray.
“For the Lord disciplines the one He loves, and chastises every son whom He receives.” (Hebrews 12:6) with a chastening of love.
The Bible lays a solid ground for our comfort when it assures us that all things are under the government of God.
In the garden of grief many of Jesus’ disciples mourn and plead that God would heal. Read the plea of a saint of old (1891).
The words of The Lord’s Prayer were given by Jesus to teach His disciples how to pray. How do you pray these words?
God only calls some “my people.” Are you in the group?
While on earth we are strangers and pilgrims, far from our final rest. And while such is our condition here, should we not often think of our heavenly home? Should not Heaven attract us more and more as we journey through life?
Your heavenly Father loves you too much to bestow harsher correction than your case requires! Be still! there was a needs be!
Repentance begins in the humiliation of the heart and ends in the reformation of the heart and of the life. Sincere repentance is never too late, but late repentance is seldom sincere.
Sorrow has crossed the threshold of your home and now sits a downcast inhabitant in your heart. You mourn as one from whom all joy is fled. From where do you find comfort?
O, give thanks to the Lord, Christian, for He has not dealt with you after your sins, nor rewarded you according to your iniquities!
“The law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ” John 1:17 Law and grace are antithetical terms. Consider a few contrasts between them…