Experiencing God

I enjoyed this excerpt or I should say page since it is rather long, from the book, “Love Slaves” by Samuel Brengle. It was something I clipped after reading it and pasted to my journal notes because it reminds me of my own personal revelations of Christ and how I continually return to these special

The Gift of Gifts

O SOURCE OF ALL GOOD, What shall I render to Thee for the gift of gifts? Thine own dear Son, begotten, not created, My Redeemer, Proxy, Surety, Substitute, His self-emptying incomprehensible, His infinity of love beyond the heart’s grasp. Herein is wonder of wonders: He came below to raise me above, He was born like

Morning Hymn

The day does now dark night dispel; Dear Christians, wake and rouse you well, Give glory to God our Lord. Once more the daylight shines abroad, O brethren, let us praise the Lord, Whose grace and mercy thus have kept The nightly watch while we have slept. To Him let us together pray With all

How to Used By God

God’s calling, God’s will is that we be sanctified, holy, pure. Robert Murry McCain spoke at the ordination of the young Dan Edwards in the 1860’s. He said something like this. “Mr. Edwards, Do not forget the inner man, the heart. The calvery officer knows that his life depends upon his saber so he keeps

Terminal Cases Only

The things that are impossible with men are possible with God”  – Luke 18:27 We all have lost loved ones that seem to be hopeless situations and it is easy to lose heart and become discouraged.  Sometimes it seems salvation is for everyone but them, because there are too many obstacles blocking their sight and

Come To Me

By George MacDonald Come to me, come to me, O my God; Come to me everywhere! Let the trees mean thee, and the grassy sod, And the water and the air! For thou art so far that I often doubt, As on every side I stare, Searching within, and looking without, If thou canst be

Pursuing God

As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God. -Psa. 42:1 One of my favorite devotionals of late is called Voices from the Past Edited by Richard Rushing. It is a compilation of puritan devotional readings for every day of the year. Every morning I wake up, I look

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