The Peace of Christ or a Dead Calm?

Many people think they have peace with God, but their lack of concern about their standing with him is a deception of their spiritually dead soul. There is a peace that passes all understanding, and in times like we were living in now, it is one of the most blessed aspects of the Christian life. … Continue reading The Peace of Christ or a Dead Calm?

Depressed Graces Renewed

How depressed are our graces when means are neglected! What poor starvelings some saints are who live without the diligent use of the Word of God and secret prayer! If our piety can live without God it is not of divine creating; it is but a dream; for if God had begotten it, it would wait upon him as the flowers wait upon the dew.

How Prayer Leads to Contentment

Humility, faith, repentance, heavenly-mindedness, and self-denial are the heart-quieting graces, and prayer is the heart-quieting duty. He that has not learned to pray, will not learn to be content. There must be a good striving with God in prayer, or there will be a striving against discontent.

We Are Not Fit to Make Our Own Choice

"I am not fit to be my own chooser; God shall choose for me! I desire nothing but what God sees fit to give me." - Thomas Jacombe This quote is a soul-searching statement about contentment. So much of our turmoil of soul stems from believing our situation should be something other than what it … Continue reading We Are Not Fit to Make Our Own Choice

Rich Would the Blessings of this Day be, if We Were Filled with the Holy Spirit

Rich would the blessings of this day be, if we were filled with the Holy Spirit. The consequences of this sacred filling of the soul, would be impossible to overestimate. Life, comfort, light, purity, power, peace; and many other precious blessings are inseparable from the Spirit's gracious presence.

Thoughts on Contentment – William Plummer

When we become lifted up with pride, and think we deserve something good at God's hands--it is impossible to satisfy us. But with the humble is wisdom, quietness, gentleness, and contentment. He who expects nothing, because he deserves nothing, is sure to be satisfied with the treatment he receives at God's hands. The proud man … Continue reading Thoughts on Contentment – William Plummer

Boasting of Weakness

Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me. - 2 Corinthians 12:9 Boast of my Weaknesses? If you want to turn the wisdom of the world on its head completely, this is it. Weakness is the last thing in which we would … Continue reading Boasting of Weakness

Keep My Eyes From Worthless Things

I will not set before my eyes anything that is worthless. - Psalm 101:3 Lord, our days are often spent looking upon worthless things, and this is a great sin. We ask for your forgiveness. This world is continuously setting them before us. From T.V. movies, and billboards, to social media, they seem to be … Continue reading Keep My Eyes From Worthless Things

Today, If You Hear His Voice

The Lord is always speaking through the illumination of the Holy Spirit. He does so through His word, through the law written on our hearts, and through His providences. For the spiritually-minded believer, He is always there showing us the futility of the things of the world. It is all passing away, we are weak … Continue reading Today, If You Hear His Voice

A Prayer for Order

And David organized them in divisions corresponding to the sons of Levi:  - I Chronicles 19:15 Lord, we are naturally prone to disorder and sin, and there is so much in this life that is out of place. Help us order our spiritual lives first, for if they are out of order, how will we … Continue reading A Prayer for Order