Jesus Christ Has Risen!

Words: Charles Wes­ley, 1739. Stanzas 8-10, au­thor un­known, 14th Cen­tu­ry; trans­lat­ed from La­tin to Eng­lish in Lyra Da­vid­i­ca. This ex­ub­er­ant song is one of the most pop­u­lar East­er hymns in the Eng­lish lang­uage. Music: Easter Hymn, com­pos­er un­known, in Lyra Da­vid­i­ca (Lon­don: 1708) (MI­DI, score). Wesley’s words were writ­ten for use at the first wor­ship […]

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What Best Suits Our Condition

“…we should labour to know our hearts well, that when they are out of tune, we may know what is the matter.  This knowledge of our hearts will help us to contentment, because by it we shall come to know what best suits our condition.  A man who does not know his own heart does […]

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What More Could He Have Done?

Nor must we overlook the grand source of encouragement to a returning soul, – that which springs from the cross of Christ. But for a crucified Savior, there could be no possible return to God; in no other way could he consistently with the holiness and rectitude of the Divine government, with what he owes […]

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The Root of Discontentment

“By studying your heart you will come soon to discover wherein your discontent lies.  When you are discontented you will find out the root of any discontent if you study your heart well.  Many men and women are discontented, and the truth is they do not know why; they think this and the other thing […]

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