An Interesting Quiz

How would you respond in these situations? 1.  A preacher and his wife are very, very poor.  They already have 14 kids.  Now she finds out she is pregnant with the 15th.  They’re living in tremendous poverty.  Considering their poverty and the excessive world population, would you consider recommending she get an abortion? 2.  The […]

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Let Us Not Forget

Originally posted on Still They Speak:
What an unspeakable blessing it is to be allowed to lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty, free from the tempests which have tossed the barks of so many good men, of whom David was but a sample. But let us not forget that a…

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God’s Responsible For Your Trials

We live in such a beauteous and pleasant world–we are so surrounded with so much that is smiling and mirthful–that if we were not often obliged to taste of sickness or trial or disappointments–we would soon forget our heavenly home and pitch our tents permanently in this Sodom. Therefore it is that God’s people pass through great tribulations; therefore it […]

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Have You Experienced Repentance?

Have we ourselves repented? This, after all, is the question that concerns us most. It is well to know what the apostles taught. It is well to be familiar with the whole system of Christian doctrine. But it is far better to know repentance by experience and to feel it inwardly in our own hearts. […]

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The Cross of Doctrine and Practice

Salvation is undoubtedly all of grace. It is offered freely in the Gospel to the chief of sinners, without money and without price. “By grace are you saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God–not of works, lest any man should boast.” (Eph. 2:8-9) But all who accept this great […]

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God Can Preserve Us

Originally posted on Still They Speak:
God can preserve us in the midst of the direst hazards. Neither on purpose nor in resources is God ever wanting to his faithful children. The danger cannot be so great, that in it help may not be had from God. No man knows what plots may now be…

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