As creatures, we all need an object of trust, one on whom we can lean, one in whom we can confide, one to whom we may look for defense and safety. Every creature has some rock--some object of dependence and trust. For without this, there would be recklessness or...
Spirit of Jesus, sanctify us deeply and thoroughly–that we may be just like Jesus! Sanctify us by every trial, by every affliction, by every privilege, by every comfort!
We are entering a new year. We shall have new toils, new trials, new temptations, and new troubles. Therefore, let us seek grace and look up!
Share the Christmas story with the young and young-at-heart by sharing chapters of the Bible presented in poetic words.
Most men’s religion is nothing else but “a round of forms.” Some have their doings, some have their doctrines, and others have their duties.
The privileges of the godly are many and great, but this is a special one.
Next to praying, there is nothing so important in practical religion as Bible reading.
What did President Reagan say about racism and Marxism? What vow did he confidently make on behalf of our nation? Watch now!
The fires are afflictions. And they are intended to try us, to purify us, and to endear the Lord Jesus to us.
Power to not yield to temptation does not come from stuffing our minds with scripture verses, making vows, etc. From where does it come?
There is nothing more glorious than the good news that comes to those who belong to the Lord Jesus Christ.
The believer is a new creature. The Spirit of God is in him, and in all respects he is far removed from the natural man…but still a sinner.
Does not His wondrous love deserve my whole soul and body–all that I have and all that I am?
The love of God is greater far, than tongue or pen can ever tell; it goes beyond the highest star, and reaches to the lowest hell. Read more.
The apostle Paul says, “We are saved by HOPE” (Romans 8:24) but not in the same sense as we are saved by faith.
“They attacked me at a moment when I was in distress, but the Lord was my support!” Psalm 18:18
It is true that we have sin in us. That should make us sorrowful. It is true that we have a Savior for us. That should make us joyful.
David sinned grievously with Bathsheba. God could have stopped him, so why didn’t He? What can we learn from David’s sin?
In your pilgrim journey, hardship cannot be avoided. Yet, you can take your Elim with you through the great wilderness.
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away, behold, all things have become new! 2 Corinthians 5:17 Matthew Henry (1662-1714) Christians are new creations. They have a new heart and new nature. So great is the change which the...
“The Lord reigns! He is robed in majesty!” Psalm 93:1 “The Lord reigns! Let the nations tremble!” Psalm 99:1
Christians should excel in the manifestation of Christ’s character. The mind which was in Jesus should be in them.
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new!" 2 Corinthians 5:17 1. "He is a new creation" In the conversion of a sinner, a change is produced so great as to make it proper to say that he is...
How short-lived is the glory of your physical nature! The wind of sickness, or cares, or toil, or old age, will pass over them.
This poor world is full of sin, sorrow, pain, and death. If we had this life only, we would be most miserable. But the Christian has more!
Death is sure to come. Nothing can prevent it. Every expedient has been tried, but there can be no discharge in this war.
The words of John Newton, regarding idleness and sin, were written in a letter to his 13-year-old adopted daughter, who was away at school.
John Newton was the captain of slave ships and an investor in the slave trade. Later in life, He was converted and became an Anglican priest and an abolitionist.
Powerless believer, “Fear not!” You have a war to wage and a race to run; an enemy to watch and a victory to gain.
Robert Robinson wrote “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing,” at age 22 after converting to Methodism. But what’s the rest of his story?