January 31, 2004
|Tip Lewis and His Lamp | Isabella M. Alden, 1867||Story|
His hand began to tremble. What was the matter with that example? Oh, what was the matter? The remainder was too large; no—it was too small; no—it was—he didn't know what! Everybody was watching him; he heard a boy laugh softly.
January 27, 2004
|Foundation Truth, Number 3 (Autumn 2000) | Timeless Truths Publications, 2000||Faith|
"The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God."... Someone has stated that the fool says this in his heart without the full consent of his mind, for if it be difficult to prove by human reasoning that there is a God, it is utterly impossible to prove that there is not.
January 17, 2004
|Helps to Holy Living | Charles E. Orr||Holiness|
Who among us has an eye to see all that belongs to the Christian life? Are there not yet some glorious things lying out beyond the boundary of our vision? Oh, for the open eye to see the wondrous things God has prepared for them that love Him!
January 14, 2004
|Treasures of the Kingdom, Number 28 (January 2004) | Timeless Truths Publications, 2004||Giving|
Determine to always do the right thing, for Jesus. When you feel like stopping, do a little more. Give all your problems and the praise of others to Jesus for baking. When the trials of disappointment and troubles come to test you, pour on a little unselfishness.
January 5, 2004
|Paula the Waldensian | Eva Lecomte, 1940||Story|
My father looked at her searchingly, with that new tenderness which I had seen frequently lately.... "I believe," said Rosa, "that she'd be happy to give us her last piece of bread if there was occasion for it." "Yes, and her life also, if that was necessary."