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Giving Up the Right to Our Standard of Living

April 1, 2019

Giving Up the Right to Our Standard of Living | Mabel R. Williamson, 1957 Consecration
Most of us like things the way we are used to having them.... What is to be our attitude on the mission field? Are we free to try to have things the way we would like them...? Or ought we to attempt... to conform to the way of life of the people among whom we live?
Having the Mind of Christ

October 1, 2018

Having the Mind of Christ | James R. Miller, 1903 Consecration
We say we want to be like Christ.... But what do we mean by being like Christ? Are we not in danger of getting into our vision of it, merely an easy kind of life, a gentle piety, a dainty charity, a fashionable holiness, a pleasing service?
How to Die to Self

December 1, 2014

How to Die to Self | George D. Watson, 1898 Consecration
There are many manifestations of the self life which are not clearly sinful, but neither are they truly Christlike. ...this middle zone of self activity... must be... crucified in order to reach deep abiding union with God, where there is none of self and all of Christ Jesus.
In the Beginning God

January 25, 2020

In the Beginning God | James R. Miller, 1902 Consecration
God's face should be the first we see in the morning when we open our eyes. His voice should be the first we hear with its benediction of love and grace. He should be the first to whom we speak, lifting up our hearts in praise and in supplication.
Ishmael

November 1, 2011

Ishmael | Mark P. Spinks Consecration
Our Ishmaels exist because we listen to some voice other than that of the Holy Spirit. Our motives may be pure, and the cause laudable, but we are badly out of our depth when we lean on human wisdom and understanding to attempt the work of God.
Little Things

May 1, 2014

Little Things | George D. Watson, 1896 Consecration
There is no better way in the world to test every trait in a soul than by little things.... It is our unplanned, instinctive actions and words that reveal what we really are, not those large, conspicuous things for which we especially arm ourselves.
Loving and Hating One's Life

February 1, 2017

Loving and Hating One’s Life | James R. Miller, 1896 Consecration
It seemed a waste of precious life when Jesus died so young, and in such shame.... He lost His life, but that seed became the world's hope and joy. We understand it now. Christianity is the outcome of that "waste." Heaven is the fruit of the Redeemer's sacrifice.
Subdued

September 18, 2004

Subdued | George D. Watson, 1924 Consecration
We must be subdued, not merely in our own opinion, not merely think ourselves subdued... but subdued so perfectly that the all-seeing eye of God can look us through, and the omniscient One knows that we are subdued.
The Daily Cross

April 1, 2014

The Daily Cross | George D. Watson, 1896 Consecration
What is our daily cross? It is those things in our lives that produce suffering of body, mind, or heart. It is those things which in our poor judgment seem to hinder the easy flow of our religious life.... Were there no suffering at all, then there would be no cross at all.
When the Song Begins

July 1, 2019

When the Song Begins | James R. Miller, 1905 Consecration
What is the secret? When does the song begin? What is it that gives to the believer in God this quenchless joy? In the record of the opening of the temple by Hezekiah we find a sentence which suggests the answer.