(Charles Spurgeon) “Having loved His own who were in the world–He loved them to the very end!” John 13:1 Christian, God’s love to you is always the same. He cannot love you more–and He will not love you less! Never, when afflictions multiply, when terrors frighten you or when your distresses abound–does God’s love falter […]Read More God’s Beautiful Love
(Charles Spurgeon) “Therefore, brethren, we are debtors!” Romans 8:12 Christian, stop and ponder for a moment, what a debtor you are to divine sovereignty! God could have destroyed you, if He had pleased–it is entirely of His own good pleasure that you are made one of His beloved children, while others are allowed to perish. […]Read More Being In Debt
“The more the heart is replenished with holy meditation, the less will it be pestered with worldy and carnal thoughts. The mind of man is restless, and cannot lie idle; therefore it is good to set it awork upon holy things. It will be working upon somewhat; and, if you do not feed it with […]Read More The Restless Mind Is The Devil’s Play-ground
(John Newton, “The Present and Future Rest of True Believers“) Our most enlarged ideas of our future glory are faint and imperfect. Who can describe or conceive the happiness of Heaven? It will be as unlike as possible–to this wilderness of sin and sorrow where we are now confined. Here on earth, we are in […]Read More We Can’t Even Imagine!
BY MICHAEL SNYDER/END OF THE AMERICAN DREAM FEBRUARY 21, 2017 When I first started seeing headlines this week that claimed that Pope Francis said that “Muslim terrorism does not exist”, I thought that it couldn’t possibly be true. After all, who could possibly deny that Islamic radicals are engaged in terrorism? Within the last 30 […]Read More Pope Francis Continues Push For One World Religion
“Parents, if you love your children, do all that lies in your power to train them up to a habit of prayer. Show them how to begin. Tell them what to say. Encourage them to persevere. Remind them if they become careless and slack about it. Let it not be your fault, at any rate, […]Read More Training Children To Pray
(Charles Spurgeon) “When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon and the stars, which You have set in place–what is man that You are mindful of him, the son of man that You care for him?” Psalm 8:3-4 Lift up your eyes, behold the heavens, the work of God’s fingers–behold the […]Read More Contemplating God’s Greatness!
JC Ryle Sickness helps to remind men of death. Most live as if they were never going to die. They follow business, or pleasure, or politics, or science–as if earth was their eternal home. They plan and scheme for the future, like the rich fool in the parable–as if they had a long lease of […]Read More Sickness, Trials and Disappointments!
Westcott House, an Anglican college of theology in Cambridge England, recently came under fire for allowing gay slang or Polari to be used in a liturgical service. Forced to apologize after the outcry, the college was conducting a “liturgical experiment” to honor LGTB history month by “queering the liturgy of evening prayer, locating the queer […]Read More Corrupting the Church With “Polari” Homosexual Slang
Observing a Sabbath day of rest/non-work was a command in the Old Covenant law (Exodus 20:8; 31:12–18). Christians are not under the law but have traditionally set aside Sunday as a day of worship and rest in remembrance of the fact that Jesus was resurrected on a Sunday. Some view Sunday as the Christian Sabbath, essentially […]Read More Is Sunday the Christian Sabbath?