Thy Word is Light, where only darkness surrounds. Thy Word is Hope, Where despair ever abounds. Thy Word is Correction, to sin’s insurrection. Thy Word is Restoration, to sin’s destruction. Thy Word is trustworthy and true; All that you have said, You are faithful to do. Thy Word is Honeycomb, Sweetness to the soul. Thy… Continue reading Thy Word …
In a spirit of humility Dr William Carey directed in his will that the following inscription and nothing more should be cut onto his gravestone: William Carey, Born: 17th August 1761 Died: – ” A wretched, poor and helpless worm on Thy kind arms I fall.”
Heavenly Father, Save me entirely from sin, I know I am righteous through the righteousness of another, but I pant and pine for likeness to thyself; I am thy child and should bear thy image; Enable me to recognize my death unto sin; When it tempts me may I be deaf unto its voice. Deliver… Continue reading A Cry For Deliverance
“I am a pilgrim in the world, but at home in my God. In Earth I wander, but in God I dwell in a quiet habitation.” Charles H. Spurgeon Morning & Evening 27-02
When the world my heart is rending, With its heaviest storms of care, My glad thoughts to heaven ascending, Find a refuge from despair. Faiths bright vision shall sustain me Till life’s pilgrimage is past; Fears may vex and troubles pain me, I shall reach my home at last. – Unknown (Excerpt from Morning &… Continue reading When the world my heart is rending…
“I consider that the chief dangers which confront the coming century will be religion without the Holy Ghost; Christianity without Christ; forgiveness without repentance; salvation without regeneration; politics without God; and Heaven without Hell.” – William Booth Surely we are facing these chief dangers in this very day!
“Let your repentance be a growing habit, your faith an increasing faith, your holiness a progressive holiness, your victory over the world a more decided victory, your love to the brethren a more hearty love, your watchfulness over yourself a more jealous watchfulness.” – J. C. Ryle