The life of faith is a happy life. Though it is attended with conflicts–there is an assurance of victory.
"As a mother comforts her child, so will I comfort you; and you shall be comforted." Isaiah 66:13 The condescending love of God to sinners is most astonishing. Though He is the High and Lofty One, yet He knows, pities, and cares for worms of the earth--sinful, frail,...
A flower blooms no more sweetly because it is gazed at by an admiring crowd. It would be just as lovely if it grew in the depths of a great forest where no eye ever saw it. The stars look down with as much brilliancy into the desert, where no one looks up at them--as...
Christians should all be disciples of Christ and should ever be learning of Him, growing in grace and likeness of Him as we follow Him.
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?
"Auld Lang Syne" is a song of Scottish origin. "Syne" is pronounced with a "z" (zyne) and the word "auld" means "old." The song's lyrics come from the text of a poem written by Robert Burns in 1788. A year later, it was set to music and became a tradition to bid...
Many pulpits preach a god of popular Christianity — a defeated God, a disappointed Christ, a defenseless Holy Spirit. Man has been deified, God dethroned.
The godly life is not one of ease, pleasure, and self-indulgence. We are taught to present our bodies as a living sacrifice unto God. Rom 12:1
“Jesus looked at him and said: You are Simon, son of John. You will be called Cephas (which means ‘Rock’).” John 1:42
There is a riddle that the world cannot understand. And it reveals the wealth of the richest man in the world.
Said the Robin to the Sparrow, “I should really like to know, Why these anxious human beings, Rush about and worry so!”…
And Jacob was left alone, and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day (Genesis 32:24).
The good done by the Bible will probably not be known until the last day. But, possessing a Bible is the greatest possible national blessing.
My Home is God Himself, Christ brought me there.I placed myself within His mighty arms. He took me up, and safe from all alarms. READ MORE…
A little slip hurts our own life! It leaves us a little weaker in our character, a little less able to resist …
God’s Word is represented as a lamp for the feet that shines only on the one little bit of road on which the pilgrim’s feet are walking.
“The god of this world has blinded the minds of unbelievers.” But what about you? When is he most busy deceiving you?
The only rest of the soul is in God… The heart of man will rest with nothing short of the Rock of Ages. Its ancestral halls are the halls of Heaven. Its munitions of rocks are the attributes of God. The sweep of its majestic flight is Eternity!
Because the battle is not yours, but God’s, we can have full assurance and confidence in His strength and protection.
The everlasting arms of God offer comfort far beyond what we might conceive. In His arms we find true rest. Learn about His everlasting arms.
The essence of unhappiness. “There is no peace to the wicked,” nor is there any happiness for the sinner in his sins.
Should Sorrow lay her hand upon thy shoulder, And walk with thee in silence on life’s way, While Joy, thy bright companion once, grown colder, Becomes to thee more distant day by day?
I have been through the valley of weeping, The valley of sorrow and pain; But the God of all comfort’ was with me…read the full poem — a reflection on Psalm 84.
From the cloud of witnesses comes a list of the divine alteration experienced when one becomes a new creation in Christ.
The Master, whose footprints are on all life’s paths, shows us the way to the refuge in the time of trouble.
Tears are one of the many consequences of sin. Yet, it is not wrong to weep, especially tears of ministerial love.
What is a saved soul? There are many, many privileges received in our salvation. Take a minute to learn of five most important privileges.
A short, sweet poem about a lamb. . .and the Lamb. Little Lamb who made thee? A question we all must answer.
The God of contemporary Christianity is only slightly superior to the pagan gods of ancient Greece and Rome…